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Re: [xmlblaster] Problem with Receive

After some further investigation, it looks like the server is trying to ping the
client, but the client doesn't respond. Here is the message:
WARNING: Connection transition ALIVE -> POLLING: socket:// is unaccessible, we
poll for it every 5000 msec: errorCode=communication.noConnection message=#15428 ping :
errorCode=communication.responseTimeout message=#15428 Timeout of 60000 milliseconds occured when
waiting on ping(dummyLoginName:1154755673203000000) response. You can change it with
-plugin/socket/pingResponseTimeout <millis>

Since I set the receive method to block until a message is received, how would the client be able
to respond to pings from the server?

Any help would be appreciated.

--- chris lau <ckl_88 at yahoo.ca> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm a little confused on where the problem lies. I quickly wrote a simple test program which
> calls
> the Receive method. The actual command looks like this:
> msgs = con.receive ("client/"+userName, 1, -1, true);
> So that means I want only 1 message and wait forever until I get it and remove it from the queue
> when received. Now, I published a message and the receive successfully got the message. I then
> ran
> the program again and this time I didn't publish a message to see if it would really wait
> forever... but after a while, I got this message:
> XmlBlasterException errorCode=[user.configuration] serverSideException=false
> location=[ClientDispatchConnectionsHandler-connection:client/client1/1] message=[#15428
> Synchronous GET on oid='__cmd:client/client1/?subjectQueueEntries' is not possible in
> offline/polling mode. See
> 'http://www.xmlBlaster.org/xmlBlaster/doc/requirements/client.failsafe.html' for more details. :
> ]
> [See URL
> I'm not sure what this message means but does it have anything to do with my connection settings
> before calling receive?
> Thanks.
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