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Sybase JDBC connection dies intermittantly

Posted on 2006-07-06
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We have a web service that executes stored procedures on our SYbase database and intermittantly we get the following errors back from Sybase/JDBC:

JZ006: Caught IOException: com.sybase.jdbc2.jdbc.SybConnectionDeadException:
JZ0C0: Connection is already closed.</daws:Errors></daws:Results>

Any ideas on why the connection would unexpected die?

The web server is running on Sun 1.
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by:grant300
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This usually happens when the underlying network connection drops.  It may be coming back up fast enough you are not noticing it.  It may also be do to a timeout if the keepalive is not getting a response.

Does it happen when there is fairly constant traffic between the Sybase and WEB servers, or does it happen when things are quite?

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by:TadHawkins
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Turned out to be a static Java method that did some of the connetion work. Once it was made dynamic and instantiated for each process the problem seems to have gone away.
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