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Dear Friends,
I am working with a webapplication and have been getting the following error, can any one please let me know why this king of errors appear.

Environment J2EE on weblogic

"Internal error ,Due to an internal error your request cannot be processed at this time.
We apologize for the inconvenience. please retry later."


Regards,
Capri9
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
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Can you restart your server and try again ....
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Dear Friend,

When server restarted it disappears, but I needs to be avoided.

Regards.
Capri9
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Drear Friends,
 Can any one tell how to handle cache managent in code with weblogic server.?

Regards,
Capri
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
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>>>>>>>When server restarted it disappears, but I needs to be avoided.

It wont occur again .. its beacause some old class file its reffering ....  when ever you do new deployement u must restart your for safe...

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>>>>>>>Can any one tell how to handle cache managent in code with weblogic server.?

dear Capri  ... can you open new quetion recarding this query ...
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Dear Ravi,

If that is the case how to trace out that old class file that is being refered.

Thanks in Advance.
Capri
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Sathish David  Kumar N earned 2000 total points
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Dear capri9:

Sorry i am Sathish ...

>>>>If that is the case how to trace out that old class file that is being refered.

No need to trace . if you change in ur code means automatically new class will create .. but some time server refer old one . not the new calss . if you resatrt then i will reffre new class thats it ..
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its a good input
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