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Hi,
I have a swing based application and which will get the data from the server (weblogic 8.1) using t3 protocol. I have a session facade and dao to get the data. Server will be sending an object back to the client. I am getting the following error, once the data is huge..

Message could not be read on socket:'weblogic.rjvm.t3.T3JVMConnection@1926e90',in the configured period of '60' secs


Please help..
regards
dhanaraj
 
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What kind of help were you looking for? Increasing the timeout? Reducing the time it takes?
 
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I am not so sure, where do I configure this timeout. Infact I dont know which setting it is refering to.
where can we set this timeout in the server?
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dhanaraj
 
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