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From "Joseph Kesselman/CAM/Lotus" <joseph_kessel...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Why so many SocketExceptions thrown by Xalan?
Date Mon, 29 Apr 2002 14:29:51 GMT

Xalan does spawn a thread when you request that it be run in incremental
mode. I don't know whether Cocoon is using that feature or not. Other than
that, we don't spawn any threads that I know of...

The error you're getting is reported as a socket _write_ error. That means
it's happening on the output side of Xalan. Are you sure that the socket
you're trying to write to is actually open for write?

"Connection aborted by peer" means that the other end of the socket closed
the connection. I agree that we probably should be reporting this more
gracefully, but it still points to problems in your socket setup rather
than in Xalan.



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