AW: [jdom-interest] Why does passing a document through a socket sometimes hang the parser?
tschlabach at gmx.net
Wed Jan 31 01:51:20 PST 2001
By the way: I am working hard understanding this FAQ entry.
I am not aware I am using a socket if I have a servlet that tries to read in
a XML document and I call the builder method just with the filename?
Wouldn't it just open the file and read from it? Where's a socket here?
Von: jdom-interest-admin at jdom.org
[mailto:jdom-interest-admin at jdom.org]Im Auftrag von Joseph Bowbeer
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 31. Januar 2001 08:00
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Betreff: [jdom-interest] Why does passing a document through a socket
sometimes hang the parser?
Yes it's nice to have an updated FAQ!
By the way, I thought of an additional sentence that improves the answer
to "Why does passing a document through a socket sometimes hang the
"Unfortunately, closing a SocketInputStream closes the underlying
SocketImpl, setting the file descriptor to null."
"The socket's output stream is useless after this, so your application
will be unable to send a response."
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