I am running cewolf 1.0 under Resin and in the logs it complains:
Despite this exception it works fine if it is run in a setup involving only one machine, but on our release webservers when being in a clustered environment, the image is not being displayed ...
I guess there is a connection between these two things. I tried to set usecache to false, but it does not help. Any ideas?
Did you try to use ClusterableSessionStorage ? That is storing the image in the session; should get replicated through the cluster.
That's done with the init parameter:
The reason for this is that the cewolf has to store somewhere the image (or its definition), because the browser will do two requests; 1st for the html page, which creates/saves the image or its definition in the "storage", and the second which pulls the renderer for the image content itself. (off: this makes the rendering lazy, it's only done when really necessary). Not all the storage implementations are cluster safe, the one I mentioned should be...
This fixed the problem, Thanks!
Log in to post a comment.
Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:
You seem to have CSS turned off.
Please don't fill out this field.