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Weblogic 8.1 SP2

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Hi

Referring to http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs81/notes/resolved_sp03.html, it seems that, for SP2, setTimeout() has a bug that cause it to timeout with 2 times the value set for it.

Is that really the case?

I'm using SP2, and cannot really find the appropriate API documentation for this SP. I'm using setTimeout() function, but the timeout seems to occur only after double of the period specified. For eg, I set it to 5 minutes, but the timeout occurred only about 10 minutes.

Is this due to the bug mentioned on the website?
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girionis earned 125 total points
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If you tried it and it behaves as described (i.e. double the time) then it should be a bug.
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Yep, I've contacted their helpdesk and kinda got a response I'm looking for.

And at the start, I thought the session-timeout in the xml file is overriding the timeout period, and the setTimeout method is not working as expected. So I can't really confirm it's a bug.
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Thank you for accepting :)

BTW what did the helpdesk say?
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No problem, your response is an alternative way to find out the answer. So it's still an answer :)

They said it's a known bug in the SP2. And there is a patch for it.

And that, my observation was true.

They are gonna send me the patch to apply.
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Nice :)
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