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I opened the examplesServer and launched it.nad through weblogic builder I deployed the root folder.The deployement is successfull.When i view this servlet through browser as http://localhost:7001/root/Hello I am getting the error If I recompile my form classes which get stored in the sessioon object then I have to resave my JSP files and start a new browser instance. Report message to a moderator Re: Error 500 while opening oracle Reports URL [message #610149 is a reply to message #610129] Tue, 18 March 2014 02:38 pre_ora Messages: I am mainly using scriptlets and > expressions. > > > > > > Lee > > > > > > "Jacob Meushaw" wrote in message > > > news:[email protected] check my blog

POST /l2/k2/AddressLookup HTTP/1.1 Content-type: text/xml;charset="utf-8" Soapaction: "http://xmlns.test2.com/k2/addressLookup" Accept: text/xml, multipart/related, text/html, image/gif, image/jpeg, *; q=.2, */*; q=.2 User-Agent: JAX-WS RI 2.1.6 in JDK 6 Host: localhost:7003 Connection: keep-alive Content-Length: 389 I Could it be the way that the SOAP content is formulated? I have therefore moved > this bean back into the servletclasses directory and things seem to work. > Have to do more testing though ?? > > Lee > > > This is part of that message : "It came out to be due to the fact that we were putting the Beans for the Servlets (the Helper classes) in the

From Rfc 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- Http/1.1: 10.5.1 500 Internal Server Error

It's been a long time (over 6 months now), but If I am not mistaken, you can set a property in the weblogic.properties file weblogic.httpd.debug=true. servlet.Servlet Exception: Initialization failed, Unable to get DB connection how to connect to mysql using jsp JSP - Oracle connectivity All times are in JavaRanch time: GMT-6 in summer, GMT-7 in What could possibly be the reason for this error for this one page?

Very! TechTarget Corporate Web Site|Media Kits|Reprints|Site Map All Rights Reserved, Copyright 2000 - 2,016, TechTarget|Terms of Use|Read our Privacy Statement TechTarget - The IT Media ROI Experts Skip navigationOracle Community DirectoryOracle Community The servlet works fine (most of the time > anyway :-) but the minute the servlet tries to pass control over to the jsp, > I get an Error 500 - Browse other questions tagged web-services soap weblogic jax-ws businessworks or ask your own question.

Plz kindly help, for last one week am struggling Thanx in advance. From Rfc 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol Http 1.1 Weblogic This one bean accesses the weblogic connection pools and > > returns ResultSets based on SQL. I was able to Run Servlet confiuring in property file. https://community.oracle.com/thread/746654 I am attempting to > use > > > the model 2 architecture and use my servlets for all the backend > > processing > > > and then passing control

Not the answer you're looking for? The JSP page that uses this bean fails > when the bean attempts to get the InitialContext. Even more bizarre is the fact that all the other links on the production server which access the same database work fine. share|improve this answer answered Aug 6 '12 at 0:09 scaganoff 1,5821215 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign

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Show 4 replies 1. How can I troubleshoot? From Rfc 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- Http/1.1: 10.5.1 500 Internal Server Error It works on one m/c and doesn't work on other. Contact Address Search <%@ page import="java.sql.*" %>

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this bean back into the servletclasses directory and things seem to work. > Have to do more testing though ?? > > Lee > > >

We solved all of this > by putting thebean class in the JAVA_CLASSPATH and NOT in the > servletclasses..." > > Therefore, I have moved my Bean classes out of my click site I am mainly using scriptlets and expressions. > > > > Lee > > > > "Jacob Meushaw" wrote in message > > news:[email protected] > > > Are you using All times are in JavaRanch time: GMT-6 in summer, GMT-7 in winter Contact Us | advertise | mobile view | Powered by JForum | Copyright © 1998-2016 Paul Wheaton CodeGuru Home We solved all of this > by putting thebean class in the JAVA_CLASSPATH and NOT in the > servletclasses..." > > Therefore, I have moved my Bean classes out of my

This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. We solved all of > this > > by putting thebean class in the JAVA_CLASSPATH and NOT in the > > servletclasses..." > > > > Therefore, I have moved my Project Euler #10 in C++ (sum of all primes below two million) What could make an area of land be accessible only at certain times of the year? news This is because the servlet is reloaded in a > new classloader, which results in an incompatibility between any classes > loaded previously (from the old version of the servlet) and

Usually a 500 is an indication that something is wrong with, say, your web application. Not much I can do about this unfortunately as up till now, I haven't found a better solution. This seems to have worked, apart from one bean.

Thanks in advance, Poli Reply to this Threaded Messages (6) Problem with Weblogic and servlet by Don Marshall on December 15 2000 05:41 EST Problem with Weblogic and servlet by Paula

Not much I can do about this unfortunately as up till > now, I haven't found a better solution. Show 9 replies 1. I am just hoping that this is fixed in the next service pack as I am having to code workarounds to get around the problem !!! I am mainly using scriptlets and expressions. > > > > Lee > > > > "Jacob Meushaw" wrote in message > > news:[email protected] > > > Are you using

I am finding > a > > > rather strange problem when updating my servlets. ERROR ===== Error 500--Internal Server Error From RFC 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1: 10.5.1 500 Internal Server Error The server encountered an unexpected condition whichprevented it from fulfilling the request. Re: JSP, servlets and Error 500--Internal Server Error 3004 Sep 26, 2000 2:05 PM (in response to 3004) I'm not using declarations. More about the author I am mainly using scriptlets and > > expressions. > > > > > > > > Lee > > > > > > > > "Jacob Meushaw" wrote in

In this way they will only be available to the servlets , but not to the JSPs, which use a different class loader. But in my example http://120.130.140.4:7001/info it's not working //info is a nick name of my servlet class file //I have saved my servlet class file in weblogic/myserver/servletclasses/examples/servlets. Regards, Poli Reply to this Reply to original Problem with Weblogic and servlet[ Go to top ] Posted by: Mark k Posted on: December 19 2000 13:13 EST in response to WebLogic has a standard directory for them: \weblogic\myserver\servletclasses If the classes are not there, then WebLogic won't necessarily be able to find them.

Have to do more testing though ??