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Web Application - error 10054 - URGENT...PLEASE HELP

Posted on 2002-06-11
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Hi guys, I am getting a very annoying error with my web application an would be grateful if you could help ( hence the points!).  

I am using Delphi 6 with Interbase 6, and I an connecting to the database via dbx.  I have a query that requests rows from the database, and I am trying to display it on the web page using a TSQLQueryTableProducer.  When I am developing the application I am confident that it works (as when I double click on the TSQLQueryTableProducer in the WebModule window I can see the required retrieved data.)  The problem occurs when I try to display this through the browser.  I get a 'page cannot be displayed error'.  On examining the Interbase log, I can see that I am getting the error:

INET/inet_error: read error = 10054

I have looked at the Borland site for a solution (restarting the Interbase server) but this again failed with the same message.  I am using IIS on Windows 2000 Server.  

Thanks,
Paul

 
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10054 is a Winsock error indicating that the connection has been reset. Generally, this is from a connection that was terminated, such as a user turning off their computer
without closing the program connected to the Interbase
server.

Have you tried any of the solutions from http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,25340,00.html ?

Besides this, some users also reported they get the error when the server's cpu usage is constantly at 100%. The connection then timed out after a few seconds...

Could you post some code where you connect to the Interbase server in your web application?

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It might be some software/hardware firewall that terminates the connection perhaps...

Regards
//raidos
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