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Server Process Shutdown

You can configure a server process to shut down after it remains idle for a certain amount of time. This is a useful way to automatically free up resources that are no longer needed. Click one of the following options:

  • Click Leave running when idle to specify that the server process that is associated with the COM+ application remains running when there are no outstanding client calls. The application runs until it is shut down manually.

  • Click Enable idle shutdown to specify that the server process that is associated with the COM+ application shuts down automatically after a certain period of inactivity, which is determined by the number of minutes in the text box.


Select one or both of the following check boxes to protect the application from being deleted or changed:

  • Disable deletion

  • Disable changes


Select the Launch in debugger check box to specify that a server application starts in the debugger when it is started, using the debugger command line that is specified in Debugger path.

Type the path and command line that is used for invoking the debugger when Launch in debugger is enabled. To search for the debugger, click Browse. Any command-line options for the debugger must be typed in the text box after the debugger is located.

Enable compensating resource managers

Select this check box to enable the server application to use a compensating resource manager (CRM). CRM components are available to the application only when this check box is selected.

Enable 3GB support

Select this check box to specify that the application can access up to 3 gigabytes (GB) of memory when the operating system has been configured to allow access to more than 2 GB of memory.