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Hi guys,

We're using Axis and we're having a real problem. Everything works fine - except sometimes things arrive sometimes not. So, for example, we'll send a message (simple XML, no attachments or anything) and it will be received. We'll send it again, and it won't. Send it again, and part of the message is received. Send it again and the whole thing gets there.

So, any ideas what's going on? Has anyone seen this before?

We're not doing anything particularly fancy, no threads, just a straight call to the service.

Any help is much appreciated.

Cheers,

Steve
 
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OK, I lied - we've worked it out. There was a thread doing a record delete! (I didn't know about it until basically deconstructing everything).

Cheers,

Steve
 
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Hi

I am facing a similar problem. Please let me know if you have a solution

Thanks
Dinesh
 
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