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I suposse you're testing it in a real environment, with a STB and some applications.
Other thing you can do is to use a for sentence to see all the apps database and find the one which has the name you put, and then, run it. It won't have anyproblem this way, I used it and worked fine.
Yes I'm using a real STB and 3 application. One is my small launcher where i show the applicationA and the applicationB and their state. Here I can run one of two. Suppose we want to launch applicationA, it works then we get inside it and after a while I decide to exit and I come back to the mini-launcher, at this point i want to run the applicationA once again but i can't (the applicationA is in the destroyed mode). What I'm missing?
Do you call both destroyXlet() method and notifyDestroyed() method of the context objecto?
I would try to use lots of System.out.println to see the different states of variables and the apps in the database.