3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 31, 2011 5:19 PM by RAKESH PRASAD

    Jboss is sending partial page.

    RAKESH PRASAD Newbie

      I have hust migrated my web app from JB1.4 + JDK4 to JB AS v 5.0.1GA with JDF 1.6.

       

      This app works perfectly fine on the older version, but i am getting one issue with couple of jsp's.

       

      Issue: some of the jsp's where thr is a huge data, partial page is getting on the browser. When I do a view source of the pgae, I can see that page ended in between.

       

      This page is small, it has a table that is displaying data 100 rows 4 colums. And on the bottom thr is a html:select tag which brings 650 records (i knopw its crazy,b ut users want it).

       

      So my last line on view source is something like this.

       

      <option value="080">080                            - CHARLE SCHWB</option>

      <option value="007">007

       

      And its not like that screen is ending here, randomly it can stop before also, or after few more line also. (around 100 elements comes)

       

      I have tried following things :

       

      1) changing encoding to utf-8

      2) increasing buffer size of jsp to 200kb and i tried with 500kb as well, but no difference.

      3) No exception on the server log.

      4) I tried using following code instead of html:select

      On server console i can see count is printing till 650, which is a correct size of a list. but still on UI less data is coming. Which makes me think that complete HTML is getting generated on server, but somehow server is not sending complete content to browser.

                                                       <%

                    ListCarrtBrokerList = (List)request.getAttribute("CarrtBrokerList");

                    if (CarrtBrokerList != null &&!CarrtBrokerList.isEmpty()) {

                           out.println("<selectname=\"cartBrokerCode\" class=\"enabledtext\"><optionvalue=\"\" selected=\"selected\"></option>");

                          int myCounter=1;

                           for (Iterator iterator =CarrtBrokerList.iterator(); iterator

                                                .hasNext();){

                                         System.out.println(myCounter++);

                                         BrokerLinkelement = (BrokerLink) iterator.next();

                                         out.print("<optionvalue=\""+element.getCartBrokerCode().trim()+"\">");

                                         out.print(element.getCartBrokerDesc());

                                         out.println("</option>");

                                  }

                           out.println("></select>");

                    }

                                                       %>

       

       

       

       

       

      Let me know how to resolve, or some direction.