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Josiah J Fizer 8.Jan.07 01:22 PM a Web browser
Domino Server 6.0.5 All Platforms


Not sure this is the right place for this...

I'm having some problems with DIIOP on Domino r6.0.5. I have a couple java servlets that
use the notesfactory classes to open a LTPA connection via DIIOP. They
work perfectly, however at random DIIOP will stop responding to the IP
address that the servelets use. This can be the public internet IP, the
internal IP or (since the servlets are running on the same Domino
server they're talking to) 127.0.0.1. When DIIOP stops responding,
nothing I do short of a full reboot of Domino will bring it back online
(tell DIIOP quit & load DIIOP dont work). DIIOP just stops responding
to that IP. However if I change the IP in the servelets (its hard coded
since the intention was that the servlets would allways talk to
127.0.0.1) it'll start working again for a while.

So it would seem to be Ip route based, but I'm at a total loss as to
what to do about it.

if (sessionToken == null) {
System.out.println("jDom : " + uName + " \\ " + uPass);
Session session = NotesFactory.createSession("127.0.0.1:63148", uName,
uPass);
lToken = session.getSessionToken();
session.recycle();

}

As you can see, my code for the connection is not complex. When it
fails I get a null pointer error that resolves to "connection refused"
from the notesfactory object. The prinln statement is to debug that a
username and password exist and are correct, which they allways are
since they are passed to the servlet via the URL and the URL dosn't
change.






DIIOP refusing connections at rando... (Josiah J Fizer 8.Jan.07)
. . RE: DIIOP refusing connections at r... (Josiah J Fizer 8.Jan.07)
. . RE: DIIOP refusing connections at r... (Simon Mottram 8.Jan.07)
. . . . RE: DIIOP refusing connections at r... (Josiah J Fizer 9.Jan.07)





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