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From "Wesley E. Ribeiro" <>
Subject RE: Tomcat crashes after some requests
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2001 18:40:52 GMT
Ok, thank you all who answered. 
I'll try a new driver and see if it makes a
I've seen the driver list on Sun's page, but since we
have a limited time to try and decide, which product
do you (or anyone else with experience in this field)
recommend ?
I'm particularly interested in success stories
accessing MS-Access.
Best regards,

--- Barney Hamish <>
> I had a similar problem but it was due to the
> ODBC:JDBC bridge. As has been
> pointed out numerous times on the list the ODBC:JDBC
> bridge is not
> production ready. I replaced it with a production
> quality driver and it
> hasn't crashed since.
> It's worth a try.
> Hamish
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wesley E. Ribeiro []
> Sent: Friday, September 28, 2001 3:16 PM
> To:
> Subject: Tomcat crashes after some requests
> Hi !
> We are using Tomcat 3.2.1 (stand-alone) in our
> project, and after some number of requests (this
> number is variable, but usually low, like 50 or so),
> Tomcat just crashes. There seems to be no useful
> information about the crash in the logs, and we
> could
> not identify a page (or sequence of pages), which
> could reproduce the crash. Also, when most crashes
> happen there is just one client browser accessing
> Tomcat.
> We are using WinNT 4.0, and Tomcat is being used as
> a
> NT service (created using the jk_nt_service
> utility).
> The JVM used is the one in the JDK1.3.1.
> The code in the jsp pages access Oracle and
> MS-Access
> databases (Oracle's JDBC driver and the JDBC-ODBC
> driver for Access), and the pages contents are very
> common: some tables, a few applets.
> I know this is little to work with, but any help is
> appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Wesley

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