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Getting Exception jsp.error.overflow

Posted on 2007-11-14
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Hi Guys

I am getting the follwoing exception

The following remote exception has occurred during processing: "java.io.IOException: jsp.error.overflow".java.io.IOException: jsp.error.overflow

I get this error when the following code is executed. All this code does is gets the countries and states from a bean and stores into an array. Also if I limit size of foreach to 5, then the code runs fine. Would anyone know anything about this error and how to remove it.

  <wcbase:useBean id="countryBean2" classname="com.ibm.commerce.user.beans.CountryStateListDataBean">
       <c:set target="${countryBean2}" property="countryCode" value="${country.code}"/>
   </wcbase:useBean>
 
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
//get the list of all countries and states available from the database.
function loadCountryStateArray()
{
var countries = new Array();
<c:forEach var="country" items="${countryBean2.countries}" end="3">
      countries["<c:out value="${country.code}"/>"] = new Object();
      countries["<c:out value="${country.code}"/>"].name = "<c:out value="${country.displayName}"/>";
      
      <c:if test="${!empty country.states}">
            <c:forEach var="state" items="${country.states}" varStatus="counter">
                  <c:if test="${counter.index == 0}">
                        countries["<c:out value="${country.code}"/>"].states = new Object();
                  </c:if>
                  countries["<c:out value="${country.code}"/>"].states["<c:out value="${state.code}"/>"] = "<c:out value="${state.displayName}"/>";
            </c:forEach>
      </c:if>
</c:forEach>
}
</script>
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It is the buffer overflowing ?  The default is to autoflush. So, maybe I'm guessing wrong.
How big is output of the forEach ?
The default buffer size is 8 kb.  You could use  
<%@page buffer="8kb" autoFlush="true"%>

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What do these lines print ?
autoFlush is <%=out.isAutoFlush()%><br/>
bufferSize is <%=out.getBufferSize()%>

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by:huzefaq
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The foreach loop saves country and states in an array but it doesn't print anything. I am not able to access my work computer from home, I will check the output of these lines first thing in the morning tomorrow and will let you know.

Also would you know if it is possible to increase the buffer size of the page and if I do that are there any negative consequences

Thanks for your help
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by:rrz
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That was just a guess. Is there anything else to overflow ? Maybe someone will help.
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