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From Randy Layman <>
Subject RE: JSP code issue? Tomcat issue? DB connectivity issue?
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2002 19:41:03 GMT

	Without seeing your JSP file its hard to say, but at first glance I
would guess that you are using a java.sql.Connection object that you are
keeping in the session.  After long periods of inactivity the problems start
occurring because the connection has been closed.

	The real errors about this are probably going to STDOUT or STDERR -
the window that you started Tomcat from and could probably give you a better
idea of the exact nature and location of your problem.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Muhammad Akhtar []
> Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 3:23 PM
> To: 'Tomcat Users List'
> Subject: JSP code issue? Tomcat issue? DB connectivity issue?
> Hi,
> I am having serious probs with the dynamic side of a site.
> I have a number of forms on the site written in JSP, the 
> contents of the
> form are submitted as an xml email to a third party, the 
> contents are also
> sent to an oracle database, which can then be looked at by a 
> reporting tool,
> which says how many people filled in which forms, and all the 
> details they
> submitted.
> (or at least that's how its s'posed to work!)
> The process appears to work intermittently, meaning:
> The process can sometimes work fine when you submit the form 
> but after a
> while it gives an error 500 on form submission, although the 
> email is sent,
> but doesn't write to db, when this happens the reporting tool 
> doesn't let in
> a user at the logon page, the page just seems to refresh, it 
> is as if Tomcat
> falls over, although it looks as though it is still running. 
> When i restart
> tomcat it seems to work fine again.  I can't pin it down to 
> any one thing,
> although the tomcat logs are showing broken pipe errors, 
> which don't mean
> alot to me! 
> I have included the Tomcat log
> AAAAAGGGHH my head is going to explode if i don't find the 
> cause of this!!!
> Desperately in need of some help!
> thanks
> Mo
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