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Hi

I have Strange problem with the weblogic server
In my application i have dynamic report so when i click the report , the same request is getting posted for every 5 mins( ie the query relating to the report is getting fired for every 5 minutes) and the result is not coming even after 30mins.
Is there any preference or option where this time is mentioned or any other solution
can any one help me out
Thanks & Regards
Sudhakar
 
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The server installed on the production environment is weblogic 8.1 with SP4
 
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You would need to provide a lot more detail on this one... though in all cases where I have encountered problems like this they have always come down to programmer error. Best bet, hook up a remote debugger using IDEA (or your IDE of choice) and step line by line through the execution... I am sure it is doing something you are not expecting.

To enable Remote Debugging in WebLogic (or any other Java process) add the following to your startWebLogic JAVA_OPTIONS:
-Xdebug -Xnoagent -Djava.compiler=NONE -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n,address=5005

Goto your IDE, set the breakpoints in your server-side code, and start a Remote Debugger Process (using 5005 as the port). Bring up you application and execute your action and you should hit the expected breakpoints... very easy!
 
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Are you using a proxy ?

In the proxy, 5 mins is a default for WLIOTimeoutSecs (previously HungServerRecoverSecs)

Of course, you may still have an issue in your application
 
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hi Bengtson,

Thanks very much, The problem got solved with ur suggestion,

Thanks & Regards
Sudhakar
 
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