Joined: 02 Apr 2003
Location: Lawrence, Kansas, USA
|Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 5:40 am Post subject: Instructions to run multiple OOo's for threaded Java app
|Here is a bit of interesting reading.....
It describes a deamon, written in Python, that runs on Linux, which manages multiple concurrent OOo instances.
When started, the daemon launches multiple, independant OOo's. The daemon then accepts connections from your program (written in Java, or Python, or anything else that can remote connect to UNO). Those connections are transparently forwarded to a free instance of OOo that is running.
After a certian number of uses, the daemon terminates and relaunches each OOo instance. The daemon also re-launches the OOo if it crashes.
Want to make OOo Drawings like the colored flower design to the left?