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  Apologies in advance for the vague nature of this question... here goes...

I have inherited an Applet which uses to create Writer
Documents in the browser.
(Next Generation Java Plugin from JDK in Firefox 4.0)

This same code is used for both StarOffice in Windows XP SP3 and LibreOffice
in Ubuntu 10.4  
(Sorry I don't have the versions to hand)

* Q1) Is it a good idea to use for both StarOffice and
LibreOffice or does LibreOffice have an alternative?

After a while we get a ThreadDeath exception!

The code where the Debugger(Eclipse) shows the ThreadDeath in is below:

                                       synchronized (mQueue) {
                                                if (mQueue.isEmpty() == true) {
                                                command = (OfficeCommand)mQueue.remove(0);

It's 1.4 seen here: (search for 00465)

When I press "l" in the Java Console I have a Zombie thread and another Java
Console is created with another separate JVM.

* Q2) Should I ever get a ThreadDeath or Zombie thread or is it a "normal

I would love any feedback from experienced users if they ever get a
ThreadDeath and if they use with LibreOffice?

Thanks in advance for any replies...

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