Presumably, it was the same instance. I have successfully run other queries before getting to this point: java. We were changing this, because for a very strange reason the application we use the third party one has a capability of changing the values and it does on startup. After releasing to the pool as well, I didnt achieve much. RickD Slow But Sure Yak Herding Master 3608 Posts Posted - 2008-02-28 : 10:47:32 You shouldn't need to set it that high anyway, the part that concerns me is the:2008-02-27 14:28:08.
I read it and there's no calling to close on my code or on the pool implementation. The standalone application is single threaded so it uses a single Connection that is obtained from the DriverManager. SocketException: Connection timed out at java. But I did not have considered it yet because I haven't seen nobody that uses with the same problem. It still seems the application is trying to change these values according to your logs, I would guess that this is the crux of your problem. So I still believe the exception causing by iBatis.
Maybe these logs have a hint for me. In this code,more than one ResultSet was open. Connection timeout problem Author Topic khycnar Starting Member 6 Posts Posted - 2008-02-28 : 07:18:42 Hi all,We've got a pretty difficult problem to be solved on our production site. GeevsXmlProcessor - Could not close the direct flip database connectionjava. I think the bug maybe cause by DataSource that return Connection from pool,so I try to get Connection using DataSource,but it work well too.
We have got two applications running exactly the same code one is on Tomcat and the other is a standalone app and both of them are affected. I think the bug maybe cause by DataSource that return Connection from pool,so I try to get Connection using DataSource,but it work well too. I was using Microsoft's driver but it caused me other problems the requested operation is not supported on forward only result sets I get the following error, always at the same point. In this code,more than one ResultSet was open. If this be the case, If I were you I would try using another open source or data direct's trial version driver. I am trying to run StoredProcedure using jtds.
If your actual intent is to pass the content of the ResultSet out of the scope of the method where it is been created, then you should be mapping this to a List first and then return it instead. Originally posted by Alin Sinpalean: Try without the pool and if it works, then you know where the problem lies. Have you tried setting the connection up using named pipes? There are possible reasons which lead to the this exception. Anyway to me it smells like a problem on the server side. So I still believe the exception causing by iBatis. At first, I get Connection using DriverManager and work well. Please take the below links as reference.
Thanx in advance for help or suggestions appreciated! The code fails in between the above two lines. We need to check the detailed error message to find out what is wrong. So I still believe the exception causing by iBatis. I imagine that it is some kind of memory issue, and that the connection is automatically closed after a certain amount of data, but I am not sure how to fix this. I try the code and it work well. The awe is not enabled.
It is the stack with exception: org. I've got a problem and just can't get an answer for that. Please start any new threads on our new site at. These can be found on your server and are named ErrorLog, Errorlog. I am assuming that you are not closing the connection any where.
} The xml config file of ibatis: Category. In this code,more than one ResultSet was open. The exception stack traces we get are: java. S: If you need further info please tell me. So I still believe the exception causing by iBatis. Even though your not physically going out over the network, the adapters still have to respond to catastrophic events. At first, I get Connection using DriverManager and work well.
At first, I get Connection using DriverManager and work well. Everything runs smoothly until I disable the network adapter or unplug the Ethernet wire, at this moment I cannot access my web app and getting this among other nested exceptions exception: Caused by: java. One thing is for sure: the app doesn't close them. The code will load the category object the id is 273 and its parent category object whick the id is 270. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. I am at a loss to explain why the Result set would be closed in the middle of a function i.
Don't know what else to do! I'm pretty sure even the loopback adapter will respond to a network down event caused by the network adapter being disabled, or the wire being pulled from the card. Windows 10 What did you do? Your app would break after several hours of running. Here it is: Tomcat log says: java. The deadlock info is rather unrelated to the problem we've got. In this code,more than one ResultSet was open.