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SOAP and java.net.SocketException

 
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Hi,
I am executing a client-server application that uses SOAP for exchanging data. The client recently has been receiving the following SOAPException

[SOAPException: faultCode=SOAP-ENV:Client; msg=Connection reset by peer: socket write error; targetException=java.net.SocketException: Connection reset by peer: socket write error]


The exception message i.e. Connection reset by peer: socket write error is the message for which I need possible scenarios in which case these exceptions arise. The most intriguing part is that a Socket has not been explicitly declared anywhere in the client or server code. So can anyone help me out with it? Any kind of help will be most welcomed.
 
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I think that it just means that there has been a problem writing to the underlying socket and this has arisen because the other side of the connection has killed the socket.
 
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