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Equivalent of Control Break in websphere 3.5

 
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I'm using the command line startup parameter of -xrunhprof for use with HAT(Heap Analysis Tool from Sun). In order for the Heap Dump to get printed to the file, I need to be able to do the equivalent of a Control Break within Websphere. When I use XMLConfig shutdown- it doesn't seem to work- same thing with doing a "hard" shutdown of the websphere instance(via the control panel shutdown of the W2K service).
How would I issue the command for the system to come down that is equivalent to control break from within a simple java program?
Thanks in advance.
 
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