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WLS 10.3: Location of error unknown: java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe

 
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I've deployed an struts application in WLS 10.3. In the application there is an left menu jsp which has a xml & xsml source. Now whenever I'm running the application I'm getting this exception:


The line repeats itself n-number of time without any conceivable pattern, sometimes for a page it can be 8, but the next time it can be 2 or 0.

Now, I've pinpointed from which line the error is coming, its coming from menu.jsp:



I've put sysout before & after that to confirm that this line is the cause.

Since, there is no stacktrace & also because of the haphazard nature of the error, I couldn't yet solve the problem. When I run the same application in my local machine, it ran perfect.

Another info: In the integration there are multiple domains running parallel. Can there be any server setting/memory issue which causing this?

Thanks
 
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