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Chandan Tripathi
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Hi All,

I am gettong below error description --


java.sql.SQLException: Io exception: Broken pipe
at oracle.jdbc.dbaccess.DBError.throwSqlException(DBError.java(Compiled Code))
at oracle.jdbc.dbaccess.DBError.throwSqlException(DBError.java:179)
at oracle.jdbc.dbaccess.DBError.throwSqlException(DBError.java:333)
at oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleStatement.close(OracleStatement.java:648)
at com.stc.eways.jdbcx.Session.releaseResources(Session.java:547)
at com.stc.eways.jdbcx.Session.close(Session.java:610)
at com.stc.eways.jdbcx.Session._open(Session.java:499)
at com.stc.eways.jdbcx.DbConnector.open(DbConnector.java:134)
at com.stc.eways.jdbcx.SqlObjectGroup.xaOpen(SqlObjectGroup.java:263)
at com.stc.common.collabService.JXACoordinator.start(JXACoordinator.java:170)
at com.stc.common.collabService.JTransactionManagerImpl.xaStart(JTransactionManagerImpl.java:171)
at com.stc.common.collabService.JCCollabControllerImpl.translate(JCCollabControllerImpl.java:522)
com.stc.common.collabService.CollabConnException: Io exception: Broken pipe
at com.stc.eways.jdbcx.DbConnector.open(DbConnector.java:153)
at com.stc.eways.jdbcx.SqlObjectGroup.xaOpen(SqlObjectGroup.java:263)
at com.stc.common.collabService.JXACoordinator.start(JXACoordinator.java:170)
at com.stc.common.collabService.JTransactionManagerImpl.xaStart(JTransactionManagerImpl.java:171)
at com.stc.common.collabService.JCCollabControllerImpl.translate(JCCollabControllerImpl.java:522)

Could some one help me to get rid of this ?

Thanks in advance.

 
Mahalingaiah HR
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check your network settings. Network might have gone down at Database server. If network is fine, restart your application.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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