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Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 0 Star 1 Fork 0 PatientOrderSets/ICEfaces-1.8.2-Enhancements Code Issues 0 Pull requests 0 Projects If there is a rendering exception in the TimezoneBean, it disposes of itself somewhat permanently, and removes itself from the renderGroup only, but does not clean up the Session. If there are more than 1 version, shutdown JIRA3. The recommended approach is to
65 * call this method from a mangaged-bean constructor and use the instance
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In their application, and they see people using multiple views for extended periods of time. 2) The timezone demonstration applications have not kept up with best practices and have not been Ted says that this is likely our meddling with things, but I don't know any details. It's really strange as the issue just appears again a seemingly random time later. These too, I think go away over time, and it's just the nature of the JProfiler snapshot that catches them, I think.

The user's browser will be * immediately redirected without any user interaction required. javax.servlet.jsp.JspException at com.sun.faces.taglib.jsf_core.ViewTag.doEndTag(ViewTag.java:235) at com.icesoft.faces.webapp.parser.Parser.executeJspLifecycle(Parser.java:203) at com.icesoft.faces.webapp.parser.Parser.parse(Parser.java:134) at com.icesoft.faces.application.D2DViewHandler.renderResponse(D2DViewHandler.java:543) at com.icesoft.faces.application.D2DViewHandler.renderView(D2DViewHandler.java:153) at com.sun.faces.lifecycle.RenderResponsePhase.execute(RenderResponsePhase.java:107) at com.sun.faces.lifecycle.LifecycleImpl.phase(LifecycleImpl.java:268) at com.sun.faces.lifecycle.LifecycleImpl.render(LifecycleImpl.java:137) at com.icesoft.faces.webapp.http.core.PageServer$1.respond(PageServer.java:26) at com.icesoft.faces.webapp.http.servlet.ServletRequestResponse.respondWith(ServletRequestResponse.java:150) This appears to be the major memory leak. Just before the thread is done
223 * completing the cycle, we should clear any local instance variables to
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They persist for the lifetime of the application. If a RenderingException occurs, it is caught and the Renderable.renderingException callback is called. 8081publicvoidrun(){82if(renderable==null){83return;84}8586PersistentFacesStatestate=renderable.getState();8788//Ifthestateisnull,wecan'trender.Itlikelymeansthatthe89//applicationhasnotproperlyupdatedthecurrentstatereference90//tosomethingmeaningfulasfarastheRenderManagerisconcerned.This91//canbeduetobeanscopingornotupdatingthestateina"best92//practices"way(theconstructor,agetter,etc.).It'snotfatalbut93//theapplicationdoesneedtoensurethatthesuppliedstateisvalid94//sowethrowaTransientRenderExceptionbacktotheapplication's95//Renderableimplementation.96if(state==null){97Stringmsg="unabletorender,PersistentFacesStateisnull";98if(log.isWarnEnabled()){99log.warn(msg);100}101renderable.renderingException(newTransientRenderingException(msg));102return;103}104105//ThisinresponsetoanapplicationwithServerInitiatedRenderingcoupled106//withuserinteraction,andGETrequests.Ifwedon'tupdatethethread107//local,onceuseractioncreatesanewViewRoot,theRenderthread's108//versionofstatewouldforeverbedetachedfromtherealview,resulting109//innomoreupdates110state.setCurrentInstance();111112//JIRAcaseICE-1365113//Server-siderendercallscanpotentiallybecalledfromthreads114//thatareoutsidethecontextofthewebappwhichmeansthatthe115//contextclassloaderforthenewlycreatedthreadmightbeunable116//toaccessJSFartifacts.Iftherenderistosucceed,theclassloader117//thatcreatedthePersistentFacesStatemustbecorrectsoweensure118//thatthecontextclassloaderofthenewrenderthreadisset119//accordingly.Ifthecurrentsecuritypolicydoesnotallowthisthen120//wehavetohopethattheappropriateclassloadersettingswere121//transferredtothisnewthread.Ifnot,thenthesecuritypolicy122//willneedtobealteredtoallowthis.123state.installContextClassLoader();124125try{126127//IftheuserhasloggedoutviasomeSeamIdentityobject,thenwe128//can'ttrytoexecute()thelifecycle,becausetherestoreViewphase129//willthrowanexception,andSeam'srestoreViewphaselistener130//willcatchit,meaningwe'recompletelyoutoftheloop.131//Instead,trytodiscoveriftheSessionisvalidatthispoint132//intimeourselves.Naturally,thisisn'tperfect,sincewe'renot133//synchronizedwithuserinteraction.134if(SeamUtilities.isSeamEnvironment()){135testSession(state);136}137138if(StaticTimerUtility.Log.isTraceEnabled()){139StaticTimerUtility.startSubjobTimer();140}141142//#2459usefullysynchronizedversioninternally.143state.executeAndRender();144145if(StaticTimerUtility.Log.isTraceEnabled()){146StaticTimerUtility.subJobTimerComplete();147}148149}catch(IllegalStateExceptionise){150renderable.renderingException(newTransientRenderingException(ise));151}catch(RenderingExceptionex){152renderable.renderingException(ex);153if(exinstanceofTransientRenderingException){154if(log.isTraceEnabled()){155log.trace("transientrenderexception",ex);156}157}elseif(exinstanceofFatalRenderingException){158if(log.isDebugEnabled()){159log.debug("fatalrenderexception",ex);160}161}else{162if(log.isErrorEnabled()){163log.error("unknownrenderexception",ex);164}165}166}167168ThreadLocalUtility.checkThreadLocals(ThreadLocalUtility.EXITING_SERVER_PUSH);169} See note above in run method. The page updates were queued but not sent.");
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If you could determine that you were the last bean in the RenderGroup, maybe you could stop it, but it's best to just leave it running at the moment. It does not remove the DOMContext bundle from the Session, and these DOMContext objects contain references to all the heavies. Parameters:state PersistentFacesState used in rendering Throws:IllegalStateException If logged out.177178privatevoidtestSession(PersistentFacesStatestate)throwsIllegalStateException{179FacesContextfc=state.getFacesContext();180Objecto=fc.getExternalContext().getSession(false);181if(o==null){182renderable.renderingException(newFatalRenderingException("Sessionhasended(UserLogout?)"));183}else{184if(oinstanceofHttpSession){185HttpSessionsession=(HttpSession)o;186session.getAttributeNames();187}elseif(oinstanceofPortletSession){188PortletSessionps=(PortletSession)o;189ps.getAttributeNames();190}191}192} We override the equals method of Object so that we can compare RunnableRender instances against each other. Log in or register to post comments Comment #4 Goekmen CreditAttribution: Goekmen commented August 27, 2012 at 1:01pm I have some referenced nodes to this special node.

Otherwise, it is the callers responsibility * to call the execute method before, and render method * after this navigation method. * * @param outcome the 'from-outcome' field in the navigation They are testing against version 1.6.2, which has a great deal of relevance, but version 1.7 Beta 1 and 1.6.2 have some similarities too. They flat out do the wrong thing. 3) There's a potentially disastrous problem in our JSF usage or implementation in that several "application" scoped beans can be created the first time Setting to dev as I am too seeing this from time to time.

Icesoft | 9 years ago | sinal2008 javax.servlet.jsp.JspException: java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError find similars com.icesoft.faces JSF com.icesoft.faces JavaServlet Glassfish Core 0 See more About Us Explore Tour Blog Privacy Policy Terms Of Use ©2016 find similars JSF org.apache.jsp com.ibm.ws JavaServlet com.ibm.ws 0 0 mark Error with JSF for Single Page in MY Project But rmaining pages are working Oracle Community | 1 decade ago | Log in or register to post comments Comment #8 nickBumgarner CreditAttribution: nickBumgarner commented December 17, 2014 at 7:35pm I'm running into this problem anytime I add a link to my media It wasn't accurate It wasn't clear It wasn't relevant Submit feedback Cancel Have a question about this article?

Comments Comment #1 Kristen Pol CreditAttribution: Kristen Pol commented August 20, 2012 at 6:38am I'm seeing this as well with those unstable6 versions. this contact form This appears * to require the page extension in the defining technology (.jxpx, .xhtml, etc) * rather than in the suffix replacement way ( .iface, .faces, etc ) * * @param You should edit the raw version of the text field (turn off or disable the WYSIWYG temporarily), and remove the media tags that reference that FID. This typically means that the file entity no longer exists (was deleted).

Log in or register to post comments Comment #12 PraetorianFX CreditAttribution: PraetorianFX commented March 30, 2015 at 8:13am Issue summary: View changes Log in or register to post comments Comment #13 It's not too bad, we only get 4 RenderManager instances. String postback; if (ImplementationUtil.isJSFStateSaving() && stateRestorationId != null) { postback = stateRestorationId; } else { postback = "not reload"; } facesContext.getExternalContext(). have a peek here Your browser does not support JavaScript and this site utilizes JavaScript to build content and provide links to additional information.

yes bug with esc character for alt text, title text.. This isn't as big a deal in the Head, because the entire DOMContext bundle is not used at all in the same way. The recommended approach is to call this method from a
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Error: Could not load media object Only one node causes this problem. Now (I think) it's trying to encode links, but it's not doing it correctly. It's a generic error with lots of causes on a case by case basis. Log in or register to post comments Comment #11 PraetorianFX CreditAttribution: PraetorianFX commented March 30, 2015 at 8:06am Issue summary: View changes #7 was happening to me...

Just a distraction. It´s pure text. All 1.6.2 example applications MUST call BridgeFacesContext.dispose() in addition to all other timer related activities. Check This Out The majority of our wysiwyg embedded media disappears when viewing the node (due to a bug somewhere in the input filter, I guess) Log in or register to post comments Comment

ICEsoft JIRA Issue Tracker | 9 years ago | Greg Dick javax.servlet.jsp.JspException find similars JSF com.icesoft.faces JSF com.icesoft.faces 0 0 mark re: managed bean property Oracle Community | 1 decade put(BridgeExternalContext.PostBackKey, postback); } lifecycle.execute(facesContext); } catch (Exception e) { release(); view.releaseLifecycleLock(); String viewID = "Unknown View"; try { viewID = facesContext.getViewRoot().getViewId(); } catch (NullPointerException npe) { } log.error("Exception occured during execute Returns:True if the internal PersistentFacesStates of each RunnableRender are equal. Here's why: First, it's important to realize that the error message "unable to render media..." is actually a really generic error.

Log in or register to post comments Comment #23 Rob_Feature CreditAttribution: Rob_Feature commented November 30, 2016 at 3:35pm I realized this problem is due to media_wysiwyg_token_to_markup() being passed links in non-html-safe So I guess we need to look deep into the converting Media tags code - the root of the issue is definitely there.