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jnlpx.remove property?

Mikemil Miller

Joined: Mar 31, 2009
Posts: 5
I am researching a problem and found that one of the differences between my setup and the customer setup is that mine has jnlpx.remove=true whereas theirs has jnlpx.remove=false. I have been searching for any documentation on that property and not having much luck. I only found one hit and that mentions the possibility of it being related to caching but even that entry was speculating.

I have no idea how this property is set and passed because I know our application isn't doing it. The customer is using the IBM JRE/JVM and we have tested with both the Sun and the IBM versions (all at 1.4.2_x).

The customer runs 'ps aux | grep java' and sees over 100 processes listed whereas when I run the same thing, I only see the one currently active instance of my application.

Can anyone point me to some documentation on the jnlpx.remove property so that I see if this is the source of our difference/problem?

Thanks in advance,

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