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Ravish Srivastava

Joined: Sep 05, 2011
Posts: 23

I have an application implemented using Adobe Flex. After login into the application from multiple browser, I can see each time a new session created which is a correct behavior as for our requirement.

I am using java console to check the session information.

Once I launch my application, I verify that in TaskManger i found that javaw.exe instance gets created. But when I log out from the application javaw.exe instance remains appears there in task manger and keeps eating the system resource.

My question is :

1. Does javaw.exe instance maintaining the session information at client end?
2. programaticlly how can I kill javaw.exe instance on logout?


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