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onMessage method of websocket client endpoint stopping after message received  RSS feed

 
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Hi all.

I have a websocket java client connecting to a server to read back the messages from that server. The onMessage method does appear to be obtaining the messages from the server but I noticed an issue when I added further code within the same method. In my case I wanted to log the messages to a database but noticed the database code was not being executed. I removed the database code and put in some println debug and found out that they were not always being executed or that some were but others were not.I also added a for loop which too should complete but stops before the end at differing points, I have the onError and onClose methods implemented and they are not being fired by any error or socket closure. I have included the client code below. Has anyone else encountered this? I'm running jdk 7 and I'm really puzzled by this.
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