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From mas...@tyranz.com
Subject Re: tomcat crash with application when doesn't found file
Date Tue, 13 Feb 2007 10:35:54 GMT
Yes but my question is why a simple servlet can cause the server to stop ?
is there a way to protect the tomcat server ?
i know i probably make a mistake in the code but it shouldn t affect the
server like that.

> whereabouts, in the init method?
>
> can you post the servlet code?
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> have you properly enclosed it in a try { ... } catch(IOException ioe) {}?
>
> it sounds like your code is causing the servlet to stop tomcat starting
> up by throwing an uncaught exception.
>
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> p
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> master@tyranz.com wrote:
>> the line of the code is in a servlet i call mysite.com/myservlet
>>
>> (but i don t have the exact line on me ) i will search it
>>>> the code i use is :
>>>> Source myfiletxt = new StreamSource(new
>>>> File("/home/mast/myfile.txt"));
>>> And where is this line of code, in a servlet, a listener, where?
>>>
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