Is it possible to close Java console or unload classes / dlls from the Java console that is attached to a Internet Browser ( MS IE in this case) programatically . Right now , the java console is not clearing out if the client does not close the browser and visits another application in the same browser session. This is causing some crashing issues in my application.
Can you verify these URLs? I get "page cannot be displayed."
(Crashing is the one thing that MSIE is fairly good at. )
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These URLs are not real . I dont have a public Ip address and I have oversimplified the problem.
My main issue is not IE crashing , but the error in Java console called the "unsatisfied Link error " which inturn is crashing my Java interface . The details are as follows:
1.My first application has a java class, which is forcing the opening of Java console and registers a DLL .
when i log out of the application , the java class is finalized but DLL seems to be not unregistered. At this time , java console is not closed.
Now , I run the same appliciation in the same IE browser session .The java class again loads and tries to register the same DLL . At this time , I get a UNsatisfied link error in the Java console and the interface is crashing out. I see that in the second time , a new class loader is loading the DLL but STILL I get the same error .
So in my java class where i am registering the DLL using System.loadlibrary , can i do something ?
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