Error Message

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Thomas Pößel

Error Message

Post by Thomas Pößel » 21 Jan 2004, 12:40

 Posted by:  Thomas Pößel 

hi,

we have a problem with uor web application. if many users are connect and
work, the user oftens gets the following message after starting an action
(e.g. click button to save):
Your request could not be completed
Der RPC-Server ist für diesen Vorgang zu stark ausgelastet.

if the user presses the backspace key he returns to the former page. so he
is able to start the action again mostly without getting an error message.

changing this error message or put a link (like pressing backspace) in it
could solve most of our problems because most users close the app after
getting the error message.

please help me because this error message causes a lot of trouble with our
users!

Thanks
Thomas Pößel

Attachment: cwcgi[1].html

Charles McLouth

Error Message

Post by Charles McLouth » 28 Jan 2004, 02:25

 Posted by:  Charles McLouth 

What version is the Gupta WAM? I wouldn't expect for you to receive this error if you are using 3.1. If you are using 3.0 or 2.1, then applying the latest patch should also resolve your problem.

charlie

Thomas Pößel

Error Message

Post by Thomas Pößel » 28 Jan 2004, 10:18

 Posted by:  Thomas Pößel 

The version of gupta wam is 2.0. We changed to 2.1 with all patches and the problem was still the same. Now we try the 3.1 version but i don't think it will work. The are about 50 users connected and they all work at the same time and with the same service - i think that's the problem, too many users for gupta.

We use an apache web server with cwcgi.exe. The error message comes from the cwcgi.exe - maybe there are too many requests?

Charles McLouth

Error Message

Post by Charles McLouth » 28 Jan 2004, 17:20

 Posted by:  Charles McLouth 

It is possible that you will run into the problem with 3.1, but I bet it will be dramatically improved (we made a change specifically addressing the situation you report.)

However, what you can do is create several Application Service instances in AppConsole pointing to the same executeable. Then you merely need to provide an "entrypoint" into one of the service names. I think there is a Sample in 3.1 that shows how to do this (called LoadBalancer.)

charlie

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