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JDBC driver problems on session expiration

Jason Kretzer
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Joined: May 31, 2001
Posts: 280
Hello all,

I am having an intermittent problem with session expiration handling.

First, my background specs.
WSAD 5.1.1
Windows XP Pro
using WSAD testing server
using a DB2 backend
using jcc DB2 driver

Here is my scenario which happens maybe 5% of the time:
I log in to my webapp. I let the session expire. When I click on a link, it goes to my error screen and tells me the session is expired. So, I go back to the login(html) page which posts to the LoginVerification servlet. When it gets to line 305(lines 304 and 305 are below for reference), I get the following(labelled First Error below) in my console window. Upon seeing this, I type the url for my login page again and try to log in again. This action produces another error in my console window, labelled Second Error below. I then must restart the test server because the JVM core dumps.

Any ideas? I would hate to have this happen when the application goes live.



First Error

Second Error

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Julian Kennedy
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Joined: Aug 02, 2004
Posts: 823
I think that cheeky little smiley's munched your connect string!


P.S. Sorry, but I haven't a clue.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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