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Launching an resident External process in the same JVM

John McDowall
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Joined: Feb 22, 2003
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hi all,

I wish to launch an external java class in the same JVM as the instantiating process, but have the external class remain active once the calling process has terminated...
Situation is this:
In a distributed file system, i wish to have the client check if a cache manager is present. If not, launch it. The cahce manager must remain active after the client expires. I plan on using Reflection to communicate from the client to the cache manager.

Any ideas ?
 
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