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Message Posted: Fri, 16 May 2003 @ 13:16:52 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Trying to Connect to TDATA using JDBC
From:   Bazzi, Abdul (A.H.)

Sam, what's up?

This basically means that a network error occurred while the client was receiving data from the server. But what is really happening is that the server actually accepts the connection, processes the request, and sends a reply to the client. However, when the server closes the socket, the client believes that the connection has been terminated abnormally because the socket implementation sends a TCP reset segment telling the client to throw away the data and report an error.

Sometimes, this problem is caused by not properly closing the input/output streams and the socket connection. Make sure you close the input/output streams and socket connection properly. If everything is closed properly, however, and the problem persists, you can work around it by adding Thread.sleep(1000) before closing the streams and the socket. This technique, however, is not reliable and may not work on all systems.

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