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From David Pollak <>
Subject Re: [Lift] JSON handler doesn't respond
Date Mon, 20 Jul 2009 18:05:24 GMT
On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 3:20 AM, Vassil Dichev <> wrote:

> Hello folks,
> I've gathered some information on the recent problems where ESME was
> hanging.
> The problem seems to be that the json handler, generated with
> S.buildJsonFunc, sometimes stops working after the browser has been
> open for awhile. Not all user sessions stop working though (I'm
> currently trying with 3 open sessions).
> I've also tried calling the generated JavaScript function manually
> from each of the browsers and it confirms the fact that for some
> sessions the handler is not invoked. I execute the function e.g. in
> the url bar like this:
>   javascript:F6669067195625JG({'command': 'post', 'params':{'msg':
> document.getElementById('textdude').value, 'tags':
> document.getElementById('tagdude').value, 'access_pool':
> document.getElementById('access_pool').value, 'reply-to':
> currentConvNumber}});
> As a result, in the sessions where things don't work the pattern
> matching on JsonCmd is not reached at all, whereas "case JsonCmd"
> matches fine where it works.
> Any ideas on how to debug this? Has anyone experienced the same problem?


I have not seen problems like this.

The debugging tools I user are Firebug on the client and the catch-all
pattern match on the server.

If you can create a reproducible case for me, I'll look into it (although
I'm slammed this week.)



> Greetings,
> Vassil
> P.S. We are running Lift version 1.1-SNAPSHOT. I experienced the
> problem under OpenJDK 6, but it occurs with Sun's JDK 6 too.
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