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A problem with runtime...

 
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Hi once again!

Previously I've posted a topic on calling a jar file..

Hope this link takes you there https://coderanch.com/t/327768/java/java/we-call-jar


The reason I choose to run a seperate program is, that part of process is a heavy-weight operation. So, Instead of keeping stress on the server which has other important jobs to handle, I've decided to run a seperate program using java.lang.runtime.exec ...

Is my design correct?

Are there any flaws...!! (there are bound to be .. Just let me know).

Is there any specific way of communication between the stand-alone-jar-utility and the server..???


Please help.. I'm in a dialema!!!

Thanks in Advance

P-R-E-S-I
 
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