TCPIPServerMonitorTask.run(): The concurrent inbound connections <1> reach the maximum ConnectionPoolSize <1> configured in eWay Inbound Connection Management section (Doc ID 1284118.1)

Last updated on JULY 17, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Java CAPS - Version 5.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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Symptoms

An inbound TCP/IP HL7 eWay stops processing messages. In order to get processing to resume, the domain had to be restarted. Following entries are seen in the log file.

[#|2011-01-03T18:18:19.750-0500|WARNING|IS5.1.3|STC.eWay.TCPIP.com.stc.connector.tcpip.model.server.TCPIPServerMonitorTask|_ThreadID=58; ThreadName=Worker: 7;|TCPIPServerMonitorTask.run(): The concurrent inbound connections <1> reach the maximum ConnectionPoolSize <1> configured in eWay Inbound Connection Management section. This new outbound connection request [Socket[addr=0.0.0.0,port=60951,localport=25137]] is rejected/discarded. The inbound service will become available to the new request again as long as some inbound work/task finishes and the connection slot is free at later time.|# exception.

Cause

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