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From David Duff <david.d...@planetzorbo.co.uk>
Subject Re: [Validator] IllegalStateException: getReader() and getInputStream() called
Date Mon, 19 Sep 2005 11:42:57 GMT
Hi,

Problem solved.

It was a problem with application server.

Thanks for all your help.
David

Aaron Sheffey wrote:

>No experience with maverick, so I can't comment on how it works.  What I 
>was referrring to was that if your framework was using the referer to go 
>back to the originating page, and that referer is null, the framework 
>wouldn't know where to go back.  Based on the most current email, it 
>sounds like you are having more of a maverick issue than a validator 
>issue...
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>David Duff <david.duff@planetzorbo.co.uk> 
>09/12/2005 12:01 PM
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>Sorry, not too sure what you mean.  If you mean the controller is trying
>to read a value from the query string to determine where it goes, it
>doesn't do that.  If that isn't what you mean then could you explain 
>please?
>
>I use a web framework (maverick).  When the application comes into the
>controller, it can't get the parameters yet (multipart) until my
>startUpload() method gets the form parameters.  After this I can
>validate my input so I have an conditional statement that checks the
>form to see if it gets all the fields specified in the validator.xml. 
>If it doesn't validate, it prints out a log message and returns to a
>"failed" view, which points to the previous controller that brought up
>the form.  The view is specified in the configuration xml file for
>maverick under the command name.
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>Is this any more help to you?
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>Thanks in advance
>David
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>Aaron Sheffey wrote:
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>>If the controller is trying to use the referer from the HTTP headers to 
>>determine where to go back to, that could be the source of your problem.
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>>David Duff <david.duff@planetzorbo.co.uk> 
>>08/30/2005 12:06 PM
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>>[Validator] IllegalStateException: getReader() and getInputStream() 
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>>Hi,
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>>I have a multipart form, which I would like to validate using
>>validator.  My problem is that the application will fall over with the
>>above exception when I try to return the application back to the page if
>>a form validation error has occurred.
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>>The error occurs when the controller is trying to forward to the view
>>"failed", which returns the application back to the previous
>>controller.  It should then allow the user to view the page with the
>>error messages on it.
>>
>>I have read various posts on the net about setting character encoding to
>>fix the problem also about patching application servers and a bug in
>>commons-file upload but nothing definitive or concrete.
>>
>>Can anyone help me?
>>
>>Has anyone had this problem before?
>>
>>Thanks in advance.
>>
>>David
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