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I have a form to add some items on a JSP page whose action is to a servlet which should take the parameters and add them to a database. When I run the code I get an Error: null.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The error says you've run out of your Permanent Generation space. There are compiles classes (among other things) stored in this area, so one possibility is that your application is really big, or that your Glassfish configuration sets the PermGen size way too low. Both of these can be fixed by specifying higher MaxPermSize option. Less pleasant possibilities include memory leaks in Permanent Generation, but unfortunately I'm not an expert in this area.