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StaleConnectionException problem

 
bhushan guduri
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Hi
WE are using WebSphere application server in our project. I am trying to catch the StaleConnectionException in my program. But seems to be i need to import the following class, com.ibm.ejs.cm.portability.StaleConnectionException. when i tried to use this
(import com.ibm.ejs.cm.portability.StaleConnectionException ), it is giving the compilation error saying that class not found. Please let me know where can i get the class/jar file for this.
Thanks
Bhushan
 
sandhya menon
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Dear Friend,

See in appserverroot/lib folder u can see 2 jar files namely ejs.jar and ujc.jar .Apply this to ur classpath .
Try this it should work
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Prabu Pidaran
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Hi.. I am using Websphere 6.1 and am having the same problem. I could not find the jars you specified here. Is there any other solution to avoid staleconnection exception..??? I tried all the possible ways and still facing the same problem
 
Paul Clapham
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I don't think you have the same problem. You didn't mention compiling anywhere in your post and it seems like you want to not have the exception, not just to catch it and deal with it.

And since the original post is nearly 8 years old now, the chances are that any advice given in response to it is now hopelessly obsolete.
 
Peter O'Bryan
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In my patched-together version of Websphere 6.1, there is a copy of StaleConnectionException in Websphere/AppServer/plugins/com.ibm.runtime_6.1.0.jar. Obviously, right?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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