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Pinned topic auto close console

‏2008-01-03T11:16:19Z |
After the Java application exits, the console remains open with (finished)
in the title. Is there anyway to close that console?
Updated on 2008-01-07T10:26:02Z at 2008-01-07T10:26:02Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: auto close console

    ‏2008-01-03T14:02:39Z  
    "Tom" <tbee@tbee.org> wrote in message
    news:flig68$27s5o$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    After the Java application exits, the console remains open with (finished)
    in the title. Is there anyway to close that console?

    From my understanding, no. You can use j9w.exe to start up your application
    without a console though.

    I believe (and anyone correct me if I am wrong) that j9.exe would typically
    be used during development and j9w.exe would be used in production.

    Hope that helps,
    Phil
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: auto close console

    ‏2008-01-07T10:26:02Z  
    "Tom" <tbee@tbee.org> wrote in message
    news:flig68$27s5o$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    After the Java application exits, the console remains open with (finished)
    in the title. Is there anyway to close that console?

    From my understanding, no. You can use j9w.exe to start up your application
    without a console though.

    I believe (and anyone correct me if I am wrong) that j9.exe would typically
    be used during development and j9w.exe would be used in production.

    Hope that helps,
    Phil
    From my understanding, no. You can use j9w.exe to start up your
    application without a console though.

    I believe (and anyone correct me if I am wrong) that j9.exe would
    typically be used during development and j9w.exe would be used in
    production.

    Hope that helps,

    Thanks Phil!

    Tom