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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18699] - Getting a Socket Writer Error in the client while throwing an AxisFault in a handler
Date Sun, 03 Aug 2003 21:15:59 GMT
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Getting a Socket Writer Error in the client while throwing an AxisFault in a handler





------- Additional Comments From npitman@artifact-software.com  2003-08-03 21:15 -------
I am getting a similar stack dump.  I got it with 1.1rc2, but I installed 1.1 
final and I get the same results.

I have no authentication.  In my case it seems to be related to marshalling a 
large byte array.

my service looks like this
String runImmediate(
		String name,
		String p1,
		String p2,
		boolean async,
		String[][] stringData,
		byte[][] binaryData)
		throws java.rmi.RemoteException;

stringData is [3][5] and filled with short (i.e. < 100 char) strings

If binaryData is {byte[0], byte[0], byte[0], byte[0], byte[60212] }
     or 
  binaryData is {null, null, null, null, byte[60212] }
then I get the error

When I set binary data to:
null or to {byte[0], byte[0], byte[0], byte[0], byte[0] }

it is correctly marshalled.

I have successfully executed a series of calls to accomplish the same thing.
I was attempting to send all the data in one big gob.

What else do you need for a test case?

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