Thanks Joe, poking around I found the setThreadSafe(true) method. It
looks like the behavior is not consistent accross releases, which could
be a problem. At least I have a fast way to prove the concept.

David Morris


>>> joepluta@PlutaBrothers.com 04/01/02 10:42 AM >>>
> From: David Morris
>
> I have a Java program that needs a
> specialized environment to run several
> CL commands. If I use the CommandCall
> class, I get a new job for each
> command.

David, I think there's a way to force the behavior you need.  I forget
how
it works, but you might try the JTOpen website.  The question has been
asked
in various ways many times.

Joe



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