Just because you didn't use these resources directly doesn't mean that you aren't using them indirectly. Although without more knowledge it would be difficult to determine who the offending intermediary is.
If you have graphing capabilities in your webapp, it may be responsible for the AWT-Windows thread. Even if you aren't graphing, if you're using a report generator, the report generator may be pulling in graphing.
An IDE is no substitute for an Intelligent Developer.
SO can be a very useful resource for "quick answers". They explicitly discourage discussing philosophy these days. For that, the JavaRanch is probably the best place around (we don't flame people for making "stupid" suggestions/observations!).
However, when you cross-post a question to both SO and JR, it can lead to confusion, just as it does when you ask the same question multiple times within JR. You might want to check our FAQs on the best way to handle this.
I gave most of my answer on SO, since that's where you put your details. It's the first time I've posted there in ages! One thing that occurred to me after I hit the "Submit" button, though. Since you've finally confessed to using graphics, make sure that you properly close out the graphics subsystem before exiting the webapp.
Joined: Sep 16, 2011
thank tim .
i used only one bar of Graphics2D , my code is :
when remove my code . the awt memory leak Is removed !!!
i used g.dispose(); but Occurs awt memory leak .
please help me!