RE: Tracking problems

From: Dunbar, Norman <norman.dunbar_at_environment-agency.gov.uk>
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 12:09:53 -0000
Message-ID: <919FC80F27E0C6428106496EDF92A7520BC0916D_at_EXCCLUS05.PRODDS.NTNL>



Morning Özgür,

What Niall said, plus:

  • How does your boss "know" that there is a weblogic connection pool problem?
  • Assuming that there is one, I'd be having a look in the Weblogic logs first of all - there's bound to be a very wordy, long winded Java stack trace in there somewhere. Buried in that output will be a message - hopefully giving details of what went wrong and possibly, an Oracle error code.
  • I hate Weblogic! ;-)

Cheers,
Norman.

Norman Dunbar
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