Thanks for info. I signed up to this forum via LibreHealth Toolkit page.
Latest openMRS supports Java8. I am not sure when LibreHealth branched off from openMRS. So it may not support Java8. I have problem with non Java8 support because Java7 end of life was 2 years ago.
I strongly believe the JDK support version (32bit or 64bit) plus support version # should be clearly & explicitly stated (I am referring to openMRS as I just ran into LibreHealth). I am having versioning problems with installation and looking to use LibreHealth Toolkit instead (But now I understand LibreHealth branched off from openMRS).
A problem I am foreseeing is the radiology module. It is just an interface module connecting to another open source system. That opensource system is 32bit (JRE). For linux people, this is not an issue (something to do with licensing). For windows people this is a nightmare. That radiology system also uses an obsolete JBoss which has its own embedded Tomcat. This make integrating all these modules together very problematic (port conflicts).
I have to play around with LibreHealth Toolkit to see how it behaves. Maybe it won’t have any of these issues.