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From "Adam A R" <aa...@sybase.co.jp>
Subject Re: Big problem with IE!
Date Tue, 15 Jan 2002 03:01:38 GMT
Hi TJ,

Please check the logicsheet which munges the data.

If the browser(I think you will encounter the same problem if you were to
use any other browser. Please check and let us know) can display it 5 times,
it means that there is probably no problem with the browser.

Sometimes you may keep opening connections to some resource without closing
them in your pages. It will work for first 'n' number of times. And at 'n+1'
th time it will fail. There was similar problem of mine.

after 19-20 requests the CPU usage would become 100% without page being
served and everything in a limbo. It turned out that there was a tweak
inserted by another group of ours into Cocoon which %'&$( the caching and
hence the problem.

Hope this gives some insight into your problem.

cheers adam

----- Original Message -----
From: "TJ Smith" <tj@tjinc.com>
To: <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 9:23 AM
Subject: Big problem with IE!


> Hello all
> Before I get flamed - let me apologize for probably an inappropriate
posting
> to the group -but I AM using Cocoon/Tomcat/Servlets/etc. so I'm hoping
> someone out there has encountered my problem (and has a FIX) and
desperation
> has set in so....
>
> Particulars: Tomcat 3.3, Cocoon 1.8.2.  Cocoon used to serve html form
pages
> for user updating, etc.  When the form is sent to the server (submitted)
it
> is sent to a servlet of mine running in Tomcat.  The servlet munges the
data
> etc. etc.  The problem is with IE as the client browser.  For 5 out of 6
(or
> thereabouts) times, accessing the servlet via URL works fine.  The 6th
time
> I get the infamous "The Page cannot be displayed", Can't find server, blah
> blah.  I've searched many news groups/microsoft support/etc. without
> success.  Has anyone in this group encountered this #^%&#^ problem?
>
> regards
> TJ
>
>
>
>
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