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Robert Paris
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For some reason, the past few days my jsp's (when compiling when I go to them in a browser) will come up as buffer over run. When that happens I can't access them at all. No one else is going to these pages, they're directly off my computer (using loopback). It just recently started occurring. What can make this happen? One page that had it occur was simply a page with a form on it. I wasn't even submitting the form, so all it had to do was print out the form.
Are there ways/configurations I can set up to make this less likely to occur? I'm sorry for the vague info, but I really don't know what changed to make this occur.
 
Sudd Ghosh
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You may try using the page directive's buffer attribute like :
<%@ page buffer="32kb" %>
The default is 8kb on Tomcat 4.x.
Thanks, Sudd
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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