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From Fernando Israel <fernando.isr...@kognoz.com>
Subject Re: FOP hangs
Date Mon, 02 Aug 2010 14:57:24 GMT
Hi Craig,

I have followed your advise and attached a debugger. Since this is a remote
server the process was painfully slow.

So I did not manage to get to the bottom of it, but in the process I
realized that a couple of jars required at runtime were missing. Put them in
and that fixed the issue.

Thanks for your help.


*Fernando Israel*
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On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 11:24 PM, Craig Ringer

> On 31/07/10 08:21, Fernando Israel wrote:
> > To give you a bit more information, the code is basically an axis web
> > service, that gets called by a client. When it reaches the line above, I
> > know it hangs because I have println statements before and after, and
> never
> > passes that line, and the client behaves as having got a reply -i.e.
> > continues its thread, but the server never sends a response back because
> it
> > hangs on that line (I see that using axis's SOAP monitor).
> >
> > Any ideas what this might be ?.
> Attach a debugger and get a stack trace showing the state of that thread
> and (if it's blocked on a  lock) any other threads in the same app.
> That'll provide some information about where fop is blocked and why.
> It's easy to debug apps running in Java app servers, and it's whole lot
> better than relying on print statements. If you don't know how to
> manually connect a debugger, use an IDE like NetBeans or Eclipse that'll
> do it for you with enough smarts to just debug your particular app.
> --
> Craig Ringer
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