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Connection reset error thrown from Axis 1.4 webservice deployed in weblogic 10.3 server

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Hi all,
I am getting Connection reset error thrown from Axis 1.4 webservice deployed in weblogic 10.3 server,when making consecutive calls after first call to webservice

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I have a web application deployed on one Weblogic 10.3 server, it is trying to access an axis 1.4 webservice deployed on another weblogic10.3 server.It accesses the webservice with the help of client stubs generated by WSDL2Java class.The first time when the stub calls the service using invoke() method it is able to hit the webservice.But the when the same stub calls the webservice for second time it is giving me the following COnnection reset error.Can anybody please tell me whats the solution to this error or any place where i am going wrong

Following is The exception

Following is the stub code that i am using ,the error is being thrown at the following line
java.lang.Object _resp = _call.invoke(new java.lang.Object[] {arg1, arg2, arg3});

Please do provide your valuable solutions.thank you in advance

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