When I close my document/application with a java macro such as:
XModel xDocModel = xScriptContext.getDocument();
then the doc and application close but I notice that the soffice.bin and .exe (Windows 7) are still
running as processes. The bad thing is that if I try to open another .odt file then it won't show
up on screen (I will end up having several soffice.bin/.exe processes running but no GUI).
I've read somewhere that I should use .close(true) instead of .dispose() but I can't seem to find
the .close method in Java. Any hints?
Anyway, is there anything wrong with .dispose()?
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