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Apache Load balancer - Issues with "Refreshing Data" Dialog box
Sreekul




msg:4620718
 5:44 am on Nov 2, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hello All,

I am load balancing two tomcat servers using Apache with Proxy_balancer.

WebApp1 (deployed on both the tomcats) shows up reports from a backend database system.

During the execution of a report using WebApp1, a "Refreshing Data" dialog box appears which means the data is being fetched from the Database.

The issue is that when using the load balancer, the "Refreshing Data" dialog box doesn't show up. However, without the load balancer, this small box shows up correctly.

Further, when this WebApp1 is accessed directly using the tomcats, the "Refreshing Data" dialog box shows up as well.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks & Regards,
Sree

 

Sreekul




msg:4622214
 7:32 am on Nov 9, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hasn't anyone ever faced this kind of an issue ?
Any help on this would really be appreciated.

Thanks & Rgds,
Sree

lucy24




msg:4622221
 9:09 am on Nov 9, 2013 (gmt 0)

Whoops! Sorry, Sreekul, we're not ignoring you. The question needs someone who speaks Apache, and there aren't many of them. If it had been a question about constructing a Regular Expression -- i.e. at least 95% of the questions in /apache/ -- it would have been answered within half an hour ;)

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