Remoting: Kill process

Posted on 2008-10-16
Last Modified: 2013-11-07

When killing an applicaiton via process.kill does that clean up all remote "connections/objects/channels" for that application?

Question by:AWestEng
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If you kill the process you do just that; kill it.  So anything that is currently being used by that process will be released, freeing up your resources.  However if you mean will it kill the remoting connection you created in order to kill a process then no, you will have to dispose of that when you're finished with it.

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no I just ment if I killed it via Task Manage,r then all stuff will be released?
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Ahh right.  Then yeah if you do that everything will be released.

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perfect!! thx man

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