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From Paul Hammant <Paul_Hamm...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Can I shutdown Avalon with certain exceptions?
Date Tue, 16 Oct 2001 07:35:16 GMT

Would it have a public constructor?  Would it extend RuntimeException? 
 If yes, it sounds like a mechanism for denial of service attack.   That 
said, malicious code would probably have to be installed by an 


- Paul H

- Paul H

>Is there a special kind of exception you can throw or other call I can make
>in a block or service to signal the Avalon created JVM to shutdown
>completely (and report why)?
>Generally this would be done during the init process, but could be at other
>times.  In James there are certain problems that cannot be gracefully
>managed (like if a mail repository, file or db, can't be saved to because of
>structure problems, no more space, etc...), and a quick shutdown would be
>the best way to go.
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