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  1. Alfresco
  2. ALF-21026

When we are including the three supporting jar files of Alfresco , namely , alfresco-repository-3.3.jar and alfresco-web-client-3.3.jar and alfresco-web-service-client-3.3.jar the error comes and system gets hanged.

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Blocker
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: 4.0.a Community
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Web Services API
    • Security Level: external (External user)
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      Oracle APPS R12 instance
    • Story Points:
      1

      Description

      We have deployed a JSP on Oracle APPS R12 instance. The JSP in turn is calling Alfresco web service for downloading the files on clickig of the hyperlink. But when we are trying to click on the link , the R12 instance is getting hanged and getting the error on screen. The same code and JAR was working fine on Oracle APPS R12 instance. When we are including the three supporting jar files of Alfresco , namely , alfresco-repository-3.3.jar and alfresco-web-client-3.3.jar and alfresco-web-service-client-3.3.jar the error comes and system gets hanged.

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          bremmington Brian Remmington added a comment -

          Hi Vishal

          I'm a little confused. You've raised this against Alfresco 4.0.a, but you also refer to jar files that are part of Alfresco 3.3.

          Please would you describe exactly what you are doing and how you are trying to do it? If you are using either 4.0.a or 3.3 then I suggest you upgrade to a more-recent version.

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          bremmington Brian Remmington added a comment - Hi Vishal I'm a little confused. You've raised this against Alfresco 4.0.a, but you also refer to jar files that are part of Alfresco 3.3. Please would you describe exactly what you are doing and how you are trying to do it? If you are using either 4.0.a or 3.3 then I suggest you upgrade to a more-recent version.
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          resplin Richard Esplin added a comment -

          This issue was reported against an old version of Alfresco Community Edition.

          Alfresco 5.1 is nearing release, and contains many improvements that address old problems. We are closing old issues so that we can better prioritize our efforts.

          If you verify that the issue still exists in an Early Access release of Alfresco 5.1, please reopen the issue. If you have any trouble reopening the issue, then leave a comment or email us at community@alfresco.com so that we can assist.

          Thank you for collaborating with us on improving Alfresco.

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          resplin Richard Esplin added a comment - This issue was reported against an old version of Alfresco Community Edition. Alfresco 5.1 is nearing release, and contains many improvements that address old problems. We are closing old issues so that we can better prioritize our efforts. If you verify that the issue still exists in an Early Access release of Alfresco 5.1, please reopen the issue. If you have any trouble reopening the issue, then leave a comment or email us at community@alfresco.com so that we can assist. Thank you for collaborating with us on improving Alfresco.

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            • Assignee:
              closedissues Closed Issues
              Reporter:
              vishky Vishal Kshatriya
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