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Problem sending string over TCP - String is split into two parts

 
Bjorn Christian Sebak
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I have written a service that connects to a remove server using simple Java Sockets in order to retrieve some XML data. I am requried by the remove server to set up a simple Socket connection, and send a login string containing my username and password, before I start receiving data back from the remote server. The login string is on the format "login:myusername:mypassword". The problem is that the remote server gets the login string in two chunks (like "login:us" and "ername:mypassword", where the string is split seem to be pretty random), which means the authentication fails and I dont get any data back over the socket. I cannot for the life of me figure out why this is so.

I have tried other ways of connecting (using a Python script), which works fine. It seem to be a Java-issue for some reason.

Here is a bare-bone example of my code:



The server runs though a Solaris machine. Maybe that is the issue?

 
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