I have users who use Reflection-X (we are on AIX 4.3)when execution our application software. If they do not "back out" of the application (... Select X on the various menu screens...) gracefully, and just "click" on the "RED X", in the upper right hand corner of the window, the application does NOT receive the SIGNAL that the session has stopped, and we are stuck with a bunch of "ZOMBIE" processes and things begin to spiral downaward.
My Question: Is there a way to TRAP or get the SIGNAL from the Reflection-X session when a user clicks on the "RED-X". Or, what kind of SIGNAL can I TRAP for in my code so that I can "kill-off" the orphaned processes?
Thanks in advance for your help!
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