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ISOServer using JPoS

pavan Singaraju
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Joined: Feb 11, 2010
Posts: 2
Hi,
I am using JPoS v 1.4.5
I have an ISOServer instance who is supposed to accept any number of incoming connections. But everytime i am running in to a strange problem.

The server is accepting 3 connections to 6 connections only. i.e., if i am attempting to connect 10 clients to this ISOServer, a minimum of 3 will definitely connect, but the next connections (4th or 5th or 6th) may or may not connect, sometimes they fail too. The rest of the connections are failing for sure. When I say they fail to connect, they are not being rejected, but they are becoming non-responsive.

If you have any solution or suggestion for this, i would be very glad to hear.

Thank you in advance
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Singaraju
pavan Singaraju
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 11, 2010
Posts: 2
Hi everybody,
i am sorry to post this late. But through this, i wanted to affirm a couple of things.
1. The thread pool problem i was facing using jpos1.4.x is completely resolved after the usage of 1.6.2
2. I had to rebuild the jar using JDK 1.4, when i tried to build the later versions (being greedy, i couldn't do it, but was possible to compile the JPOS 1.6.2 using JDK 1.4) I failed.

to add further on to this, the reason i got the Negative....Exception was, because of giving wrong message (a message with packager A was given to packager B, in turn resulting to the Negative.....Exception)
 
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