I wrote a c++ wrapper to launch jvm and run a java app. The main class is not a thread, but starts some (user) threads. The cpp program killed all the threads once main returned. So I was trying to retain it, by joining the main thread to one of the user threads. This worked fine (ie, the app ran fine as long as i wanted). Now I'm making that cpp program as a service. This join() call hangs the service, so the service doesnt start fully. I removed the join call, and started the service. This runs fine for a few seconds, and again all user threads die after that brief moment. Is there anyway to keep the threads alive?
Thanks<br />Karthik<br />SCJP 1.4, CCNA.<br /> <br />"Success is relative. More the success, more the relatives."
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