We have 7 single char text boxes on the UI, when user enters value in those and clicks on submit, we are concatinating 7 chars from text boxes and sending those to service. Service will validate this 7 chars string with string from database, if it matches then validation is successful and user is allowed to proceed further.
I have a table which stores 7 chars string key which will be read by application for validation. The problem I am facing is, I am not able to validate key if it contains alphanumeric and special characters (example: oFemT7M). If I change key to all numeric say 1111111 then validation works fine.
Is this related to character encoding or something else ? I checked my prod database with dev and only difference I can see in time zone. Prod database has timezone as America and Dev database is having Asia.
When I looked up into my JMS server, I found that there is active connection for TCAnsPaperSubscriber471. When I destroy connection and then start my weblogic server where I deployed my application, I do not get "Client id in use" error. When Application gets up I can see active connection for TCAnsPaperSubscriber471. If I restart weblogic server again without destroying connection then I get the same error "Client Id in use".
Is this related to autoStartup property being false for DMLC ? If yes how can I destroy connection when my application/server goes down?
My TCDataSubsciber implements javax.jms.MessageListener.
When I stop JMS server application throws exception saying Destination Unreachable. When I start JMS server again I can not see the DMLC created threads running.
How to test if DMLC tries to reconnect ?