Java dispatch thread doesn't yield on active requests
Last reviewed: 2/09/2003
PRB Article ID: P020301
The information in this article applies to:
- SpeechKit 3, 4
The Java dispatch thread that handles dispatching requests through the JNI consumes CPU during active requests. The thread sleeps when idle.
In SpeechKit 3, the Win32 dispatch flag always indicated a run state during active requests. In SpeechKit 4, the Java dispatch thread did not rely on a Win32 flag and used Java thread yield instead.
The Java dispatch thread in both versions now sleeps properly during active and inactive states.
Fixed and SpeechKit 3 speechkit.jar available for download and deployment for licensed SpeechKit 3 developers.
Fixed in SpeechKit 4 build 22.214.171.124.
Component Formats Impacted