Hi David,

I've written some RCP based applications - and this is just off the top of my head...would a lock file work...like OO does - create a .~lock.filename-to-update in the same directory, if it does not exist create it and go ahead and update - If the file does exist then it's locked...when you've finished your updates remove the lock file so that another workstation can get access to the file. The lock file could also include the function name could it not?

Kevin


On 05/11/2014 14:34, David Gibbs wrote:
On 11/5/2014 8:29 AM, D*B wrote:
... let the java application run in some server (Tomcat, JBoss,
AppServer4RPG...), that's better for performance and stability
anyway.

This is a stand alone, Eclipse RCP based, application that can be run from different workstations.

I need to make sure that only one workstation can run a specific function at a time.

david




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