Avoiding a restart.
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Posted By:   Tayo_O
Posted On:   Saturday, September 6, 2003 12:39 PM

I have an environment that includes websphere application server, ibm http server and a couple of servlets. One of my servlets makes use of a vendor's API for some functionality I need in my servlet. So their dll's are included in my classpath. I recently noticed that an error I made in calling this API causes my application to crash. Even fixing my code doesn't help. I find that I have to restart the whole system. My guess is that the erroneous codes is still in memory. My question is, is this typical of websphere? Is there any way to prevent the whole system from hanging? I notice that this error also occurs with a "java.lang.outofmemoryerror". Thanks in advance    More>>


I have an environment that includes websphere application server, ibm http server and a couple of servlets. One of my servlets makes use of a vendor's API for some functionality I need in my servlet. So their dll's are included in my classpath.


I recently noticed that an error I made in calling this API causes my application to crash. Even fixing my code doesn't help. I find that I have to restart the whole system. My guess is that the erroneous codes is still in memory.


My question is, is this typical of websphere? Is there any way to prevent the whole system from hanging? I notice that this error also occurs with a "java.lang.outofmemoryerror".


Thanks in advance

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Re: Avoiding a restart.

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Monday, September 8, 2003 06:45 AM

....their dll's are included in my classpath....My question is, is this typical of websphere?...


I'd say the problem is MS Windows, not IBM Websphere! (DLL's are only for Windows) If you were using Linux, Solaris, etc. (where they'd be ".so" instead of ".dll") my guess is that Websphere would work fine with them .....

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