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Iam not sure this is the right place to post this.Admin,please move it to the right location...
Do anyone know about what might be the issue for the following error:

Let me explain about the scenarios:
1)Our application is developed using java deployed on jboss.We are not using EJB/hibernate/spring etc., kind of advanced technologies.Its purely a core java application where we have used collections,multithreading extensively..
2)We are using a middleware - BEA Tuxedo version 8.0

From one of the Oracle BRM systems, our application receives requests in the form of xml.
Our application act as a backend for the BRM,receives the request and send to some 3rd party billing system API's (Kenan/Amdocs kind of billing system)..and update the tables/run procs etc.,

We are handling multiple requests using multithreading of java.When we receive more than (eg.,)10 records at a time,then we are getting the above error.
Instead,we are able to handle the same number of requests in synchronous way. For this,we have used join() method of the thread.But,this is not the requirement.

Moreover, we are also getting following error before the above exception...

I have googled a lot for both the errors but iam unable to find any solution..
Any suggestions on this - how to handle multiple requests at a time.Let me know,if you need more clarity on this...
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