Well, I have been wrong a lot lately... My HTML page had 7 very similar
tags trying to display 7 images. The second image succeeded and the other 6
failed. If I had messed up the classes.csv file all seven images should have
failed. Also, restarting the AppServer made everything work again.
Could have been a memory error, but I doubt it. I will try to figure out
what would be useful values to print at that point and wait for the next
On Sunday 21 July 2002 08:36 pm, Jason Hildebrand wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> On Sat, 2002-07-20 at 15:45, Roger Haase wrote:
> > I believe I have stumbled into another threading issue, one step further
> > along than the problem of last week. This time it looks like it is in
> > MiddleKit to me. The situation is the same, I have a web page that is
> > trying
> What makes you think it is a threading problem?
> > via my ShowPix servlet, only the second image displayed correctly, all
> > the rest crashed with error messages similar to:
> > http://www.users.qwest.net/~haaserd/MiddleKit/Error-ShowPix.html
> I took a look at this error and the corresponding assertion in the middle
> kit code, and it looks like the number of columns coming from the database
> doesn't match the number of attributes in the object being
> fetched/instantiated. Could it be that you've changed your classes.csv
> file (by adding an attribute to some class) but forgotten to add the column
> in the database?
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