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java.util.StackOverflowError when trying to call web application

Hi all,

I've deployed an Enterprise Application (ear) with the Deploy Tool, everything worked fine. Then I redirected the console output of WAS to a file (The Application uses Log4J with COnsole Output). Unfortunately, now the web appliaction does not work anymore. I'm getting a <b>HTTP 404 Page not found error</b> with the following log:[impl:3]_21##0#0#Warning##Plain###Processing an http request to servlet [jsp] finished with error. The error is: java.lang.StackOverflowError#[impl:3]_21##0#0#Warning##Plain###Cannot send an http error response [500 Application error occurs during processing the request. (details:


</pre>)]. The error is: java.lang.StackOverflowError</b>


It seems that and [...].sendError are calling each other.

So I used the "Installation Defaults" button in the Visual Admin Tool --> Log Configuration and re-assembled and redeployed my application exactly as I did it before. The Error still exists.

Does anybody has an idea of what could be the problem and how to resolve it?

Thanks a lot for any ideas and suggestions.


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    Posted on Jan 04, 2005 at 08:10 AM


    problem solved. I restartet the cluster and redeployed the application under a different name - and it worked.


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