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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11706] - ArrayStoreException thrown by JavaUtils.convert()
Date Wed, 28 Aug 2002 03:36:51 GMT
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ArrayStoreException thrown by JavaUtils.convert()





------- Additional Comments From amoore@ciphergen.com  2002-08-28 03:36 -------
I thought you might want to know that these problems can be reproduced using 
the source/compiled code I attached to this defect.

Please let me know if you get the same results I did (or not.) You will need to 
let the client/service run for a while (approx. 15-30 minutes) before you see 
the problem.

I don't know if this is relevant or not but while tailing the tomcat access log 
I noticed that most of the responses sent to the client were about the same 
size (response code 200, size 343578 bytes); however, it seems that some of the 
responses contained fewer bytes (response code 200, size 343041 or size 343042 
bytes). As far as I know, these smaller responses didn't appear to cause the 
exception.

The response from the service itself (ie. the returned object) is a constant 
size so I cannot imagine why > 500 bytes could be missing from some of the 
responses. There could be a perfectly reasonable explanation but I couldn't 
think of any...

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