Enabling this property will tell the Wrapper to attempt to request
a Thread Dump in the event that the JVM does not exit when requested.
This information can be useful in tracking down the reason why the JVM is not exiting.
This property will have no effect if the JVM is hung for some reason
as it's process will not respond to the thread dump request.
When running a Windows Service, this property will automatically set the
property to TRUE.
This is required so that the necessary signal can be sent to the JVM.
When the wrapper.ntservice.console property
is not explicitly set to TRUE in the configuration file,
the Wrapper will hide the console immediately after it is displayed.
If the service is being run in interactive mode then there will be a
noticeable flicker on the screen when the Wrapper is first started.
The Wrapper needs to wait a moment after requesting a thread dump before it actually kills the JVM process.
This is needed to make sure that the JVM has time to actually perform the thread dump and output it to the console or file in its entirety.
This property makes it possible to control how long to wait in seconds.
The delay must be at least 1, but defaults to 5 seconds.