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Containerizing executables in Java

I have a CEF (Chromium Embedded Framework) application I am controlling with Selenium. Normally the application does not allow multiple instances of it to be running at the same time since it modifies directly its root files. I need to be able to run multiple instances (controlled by Selenium) though and some kind of containerization is therefore needed, correct? I’ve

It says Process Finished but there is no output

I’m new to java and I’m having a little problem with my code. There’s no error and such, it just keeps saying process finished but no output was displayed. The filename is correct as I’ve checked. import java.nio.file.; import; Answer You are ignoring the exception and you don’t close the file. Save some typing by using the built-in input.transferTo()

Calling external process from Groovy/Java gives unexpected result

From Groovy/Java I try to execute following command: cmd /c echo mytext. Groovy: 2.4.21, 3.0.9 Java: zulu11.50.19-ca-fx-jdk11.0.12-win_x64 The result is mytext” (including ending double quote). I cannot figure out why the double qoute is there. Can anybody help to explain me why is it there? Thank you. Answer in short: ProcessBuilder will wrap each argument that contains spaces with double

Command is Not Interpreting in Java [closed]

Closed. This question needs debugging details. It is not currently accepting answers. Edit the question to include desired behavior, a specific problem or error, and the shortest code necessary to reproduce the problem. This will help others answer the question. Closed 2 years ago. Improve this question I have this block; And when I execute it, nothing happens. It sometimes

How to close all child processes in C#

C# code: I am calling a java.exe from C# windows application. java.exe is used to test some websites. Java using Selenium to test the webpages by opening default web browser. It will open 3 to 10 times browsers and test the test cases. I want to add stop button in C# application and when we click it then it should

Create a new process in Java, exit the current process

In my code, I want to restart the program. For this i have used the following code in Windows: For Linux Builds I used So now, the implementation for Windows works just fine. It begins a new instance and exits the old. But the Linux implementation is kinda a bit odd. I added System.exit(0); thinking that it will kill the

Java synchronization between different JVMs

The project I am working on would trigger various asynchronous jobs to do some work. As I look into it more these asynchronous jobs are actually being run as separate JVMs (separate java processes). Does it mean I would not be able to use any of the following if I need to synchronize between these processes: synchronized methods/blocks any lock

Background process in linux

I have developed a Java socket server connection which is working fine. When started from a terminal, it starts from listening from client. But when I close the terminal it stops listening. I need to continue even though the terminal closed by user from where jar file was started. How can I run Java server socket application in Linux as