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Weblogic 7 - Cannot parse POST parameters

Posted on 2004-09-19
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I have a form in a JSP where I pass a large number of parameters (~150 - some parameters are autogenerated).
In the production as well as the dev env, I sometimes get the following exception.

java.net.SocketException: Connection reset by peer: Connection reset by peer
.....
weblogic.utils.NestedRuntimeException:
Cannot parse POST parameters of request: '/LifeUFP.jsp' - with nested exception:
[java.net.SocketException: Connection reset by peer: Connection reset by peer]                  

My dev env is only Weblogic 7.0 (no web server)
Approx size of the POST request body is 3.4KB.
This cannot be considered a "load" problem because this happens on the dev server also; where I am the only user!!!

In Weblogic Console, following are the relevant parameters
1. POST timeout = 30 secs
2. Max Post time = -1
3. Max Post Size  = -1

Could someone give some pointers on this.
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Question by:abudaniel
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rama_krishna580 earned 100 total points
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Hi,

This exception occurs when a client made a request, and before receiving the full response, and
either one of the following conditions happened:

1. client's browser has been closed.
2. client's connection has been disconnected.
3. client presses the stop button.

This exception is normally harmless. It does not seem possible to trap this exception with J2SE.

For more info refer here..
http://www.websina.com/bugzero/errors/http-connection-reset.html

Best of luck...
R.K

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