thanks for the info - so it makes sense to close the reader after the stamper...


2014-02-28 12:33 GMT+01:00 mkl <mkl@wir-sind-cool.org>:
TvT wrote
> The reader is implicitly closed when closing the stamper so there is no
> need to close it explicitely.

In the recent past more and more implicit close calls have been removed (as
these calls break some use cases). Thus, I would advice to explicitly close
the relevant objects.

Regards,   Michael



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