0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 18, 2001 5:12 PM by Prashanth K. Salur

    Connect Exception

    Prashanth K. Salur Newbie

      Hi Folks,

      I am trying to invoke the same method on the same EJB object from multiple concurrent clients. But JBoss seems to not like it .. I get the following exception on the client side ...

      Connection refused to host: <<ip address of the Jboss Server host>>; nested exception is:
       java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: no further information
      


      Any clues on why this might happen or is it just that JBoss is not scalable enough ????

      And also I haven't had much success using Transactions in JBoss with Concurrent Clients. Everytime I try I get deadLock exceptions and XA_NOTA and XA_PROTA error codes ..(no clue what the heck they mean though ...). I have tried TX_REQUIRED, TX_REQUIRES_NEW, TX_MANDATORY .. with concurrent clients ... I have modified the jboss.jcml file with different combinations of max/min connections and timeout values ..but nothing seems to work ..I found out that others had similar problems ..but nobody seems to have a clear idea of whats going on here ... But TX_NEVER works though ..which means that the JBoss TxManager is not handling concurrency well ... Is this a known issue and has been noted as a bug which will be fixed in future releases ????

      I have been using JBoss2.4.1

      Thanks
      -Prashanth