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I hv a Java web-based application (JSP -> Servlet -> Java Classes) running on Linux Websphere Server..i try to run some batch process that involve a lot of updating/inserting operation to database..i invoke the process from the JSP page with a button click..and the process will start..the database(Informix) is quite huge..after finish the process..it suppose to come back to JSP..displaying some successful messages

the problem is that it the browser always timeout..can't even wait for the server to finish process all the data..so it look like web-based aaplication is not suitable for batch processing because the browser will always time out if keep waiting for a long time...


can u give any suggestion to improve it..

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abhay_djs earned 90 total points
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Hi kgsoft_sys,
In websphere, there is one property which checks out inactivity timeout for respons. I am not much aware of what is the exact name of this property. I will search for same and let you know.
But if u increase that timout, then the your problem is solved. But yes thats not the best way to solve your problem.
What you can do is to create multiple threads. and perform insert update in that threads. So that the operation can be performed faster.

THanks
Abhay
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can you show me a simple example how to create a thread that can do insert/update to database..?
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by:deviprasadmp
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You can have a separate table in the database to indicate the status of ur batch process.  For simplicity you can have a table with a few columns, say, STARTDATE, STARTTIME, JOBEXITCODE, MESSAGE.  Once u click the button on ur JSP, you can update JOBEXITCODE to 1 and MESSAGE to "Running...", then start a thread which actually does the job, then show a JSP page saying "The job has started..."  Now this JSP should query the table and refresh itself (You can use the HTML <META> tag for this) with the text in the MESSAGE column. And the rest is your imagination...
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by:abhay_djs
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The code will be very complicated.
I am giving you rough logic.
In JSP you have to create one bean wich looks after the threads you r going to create for insertion. And execute method of that bean say 'process'
Now in 'process', you have to create various threads depending on the table and values to be inserted.
Of course you can write generic thread class say MyThread which accepts 'tablename' and vector of vectors having values to be inserted in that table. And in the RUN method u can insert all those values.
But u have to be careful in 'process' that till all the threads get executed you should not leve the control from that method.

THats the general way.
I hope i have made it clear.

Thanks
Abhay
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