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running java program from a shell script

 
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Hello,
I want to know the internal process of running a java program from shell script. I want to run a java program (residing in iPlanet webserver) from the shell script. Will the shell script invoke a seperate JVM to run this java program? What happens internally? Anybody please explain.
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Nobody on this forum is capable of explaining this?
 
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Maybe we didn't think the question sufficiently interesting and/or thought you would probably figure out the answer yourself.
If you start a Java program from a shell script you get a new JVM instance just like if you started it from a command line. Unless by "residing in iPlanet webserver" you mean a servlet, in which case it naturally runs in the servlet engine JVM.
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