freebsd at spatula.net
Mon Dec 18 20:59:56 PST 2006
Just a guess, but there's a version of getBytes that takes a character set
name as an argument, which would probably throw a NullPointerException in
the event that the argument you passsed it was a null string.
Take a look at
and see if there's a chance that your HttpServletWrapper line 346 could be
passing null for the character set name.
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
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> Hate to ask when I don't believe I have near enough information, but my
> knowledge o Java is so small that I don't even know where to begin debugging ...
> Have a client running an application, that, when run on an older FreeBSD 4.x
> machine, with jdk from ports, ran great ...
> Recently, upgraded them to FreeBSD 6.x, with Diablo, and from a 32bit server to
> a 64bit server, and now whenever they submit certain forms on the site, it
> generates the following error:
> The site *appears* to work fine otherwise ... its an e-commerce site, and I can
> add products to my shopping cart, search the database, etc ... but, for
> instance, if I try to update my profile, or they try and update prices, the
> above happens ...
> Can someone suggest what, if anything, I can do to debug this a bit more
> Thanks ..
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