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Re: [xmlblaster] Newbie ask
the xmlBlaster has been tested on sun's and ibm's different versions of
jvm. When you say gnuJVM what do you mean ? I searched and could only
find kaffe kissme and waba which are published under GPL. Could you send
me a link to the jvm which you used ?
About the xmlrpc problem: are you experiencing these problems with the
different jvms ?
Could you also test the HelloWorld3 example (or provide me with another
example) to see if I can reproduce the error here ?
I'm ending Computer Science and I'm using the xmlBlaster to my Final
Project. I must use it embedded into a program that I'm making and, I'm
near to get it. But I have some problems/question that I need to solve
- First, I have try to test the system with some JVMs, and i twork fine
with Sun and Blackdown but I got some fail in gnuJVM, exactly when I
make an instance of Global object, it tell me a NullPointerException in
the creation of logs. I couldn't solve it.
-Second, I've got some
" java.io.IOException: Connection refused "
in server, and I don't know why, the total post of the erro it's
[Jul 17, 2004 6:16:36 PM WARN
DispatchConnection-callback:/node/xmlBlaster_192_168_0_1_3412/client/rotate_and_fire_signal/-12] Connection transition ALIVE -> POLLING: http://Ishamael:20801/ is unaccessible, we poll for it every 60000 msec: errorCode=communication.noConnection message=XmlRpc callback ping failed : java.io.IOException: Connection refused
java.io.IOException: Connection refused
at org.apache.xmlrpc.XmlRpcClient$Worker.execute(Unknown Source)
at org.apache.xmlrpc.XmlRpcClient.execute(Unknown Source)
but I could send and received messages.
- Third, when i make a disconnect from client, I got a lot of warnings
"Exception in XML-RPC listener loop (java.net.SocketException: Socket
and I couldn't solve it, I don't know why this happend. I've tried some
kinds of logouts and shutdown, but fail.... I have notice that if I
launch a client and don't send messages, the warning don't apear.
well, that's all, thanks.
P.D.: Sorry by bad english, but I'm spanisher.
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