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Is java card host application supposed to be stay-resident on the terminal?

 
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When I start my backend, I create a host application object.
When the user sweeps the card, the host application is already gone.



Host application:



Applet:



Here the simulator object is the host application, and it cannot read the Applet and showing
java.net.BindException: Address already in use: JVM_Bind
Exception on TCP/IP socket port # : 9025

Is my assumption of the error correct? or the port has been opened twice?
Thanks
Jack
 
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Anybody would like to offer some help... that'll be nice
 
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