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    Question ajp13 tomcat conector timeout? - IIS 6.0


    I have tomcat working redirected through IIS 6.0, it works fine when you load a jsp page, however if you leave the page for a while then try clicking a link on it to display a jsp page, for example, a news section it says page can't be displayed. I think it is because of a timeout with the redirection or something, I have changed the timeout setting in tomcat admin to its maximum value 60000 millieseconds but this does not help...

    has anyone had the same problem or know anything that i could do to sort this out, I am trying to host a jsp webpage and can't continue with this happening. Please help!!
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    Does the same error occur when the page is being referenced from the tomcat server directly?
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    nope it works fine thats why I assumed it was the connector causing the problem... thanks for your interest, I am still having the problem so any help is greatly appreciated.
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    Have you checked the timeout session on the IIS server? Can you trace the connection and see where the 'Can not be displayed' is originated from?
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    If you are talking about the connection timeout under properties of the webpage then yes I have tried that and doesn't seem to make any difference. How would I go about tracing where the page has come from, I am unsure on how to do this.

    Thanks again for your suggestions.
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    Thankyou very much for your help, I have sorted the problem out. I set the timeout on the tomcat conncector to 0 and this seems to have done the job.

    Thanks again and i hope this will help some one else out with the same problem.
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    bleh
    Last edited by StevenC; July 9th, 2003 at 09:45 AM.
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    In your webserver logs you will need to look at when the connection was requested at the IIS server and when the connection was received at the Tomcat server.

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