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Servlet has become temporarily unavailable for service

 
jeroen dijkmeijer
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A message I get when asking for a particular css link, all other css's in the same directory are served fine (3 of them), but one is causing trouble, apparantly no fysical difference to the file (apart for the contents of course), no stacktraces visible in the log. Restarting the server solved the problem but its a bit worrying.
Normaly this message only apears when doing hitting the server during a deployment.

Any suggestions?

regards,
Jeroen.

WAS 6.1 sp 13
win xp sp1
 
Madalina Mutihac
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Hey!

Did you find an explanation/solution for that exception? I have it as well and it doesn't go away after a server restart anymore.

"Servlet has become temporarily unavailable for service " is caused here by an image. I have a few images on the same jsp page, but only this one causes the exception. If I remove it, I don't get the error anymore. The image is small (5kb).

I'm using Websphere 7 Express Edition and RAD 7.5.5.

Any ideas anyone?
 
Arunkumar Ramakrishnan
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Hey Madalina,
When you have opened the image from the deployment path and have rebult it , there is a chance of the image getting locked and hence this issue.
 
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