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File uploading problem

 
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Hello,

I am using Orielly's API for uploading file but my code line number 83 is throwing exception:


Exception:
 
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Hello,

Still waiting for favor

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Farakh khan wrote:Hello,

Still waiting for favor

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You should consult the documentation for constructor of the class MultipartRequest, it may document why exceptions are thrown.
 
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I'm not sure. In top of the stack trace you find JkInputStream. That's the "Generic input stream impl on top of ajp" (direct quote from the Javadoc page). In other words, mod_jk or something other that uses AJP is active here, and seems to be causing the problems.
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:I'm not sure. In top of the stack trace you find JkInputStream. That's the "Generic input stream impl on top of ajp" (direct quote from the Javadoc page). In other words, mod_jk or something other that uses AJP is active here, and seems to be causing the problems.



Rob Spoor you are really genius. Yes the mod_jk is connecting apache + tomcat on my dedicated server. Is there a way to fix it?

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I don't know, I've never had these issues with mod_jk. Sure, I've had other issues (NTLM mostly), but never these.

Could you perhaps show your mod_jk configuration settings, of both httpd.conf and the worker.properties files?
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:Could you perhaps show your mod_jk configuration settings, of both httpd.conf and the worker.properties files?



My worker.properties file


mod_jk.conf


 
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I restarted both tomcat and apache. Now its working but strange thing is that there are 5 computers in my network and its uploading only from 2 computers whilst 3 computers not work to upload file

it again started throwing following error:


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Is there a way to fix it?
 
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There probably is, but I don't know it...
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:There probably is, but I don't know it...


Thanks for updating
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