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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 1.3.0 RC5
    • Component/s: None
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      Description

      at some stages in geoserver an error will occur (exception) that will result in a http 500 error instead of returning a useful error message. Also, often times and error message is "eatten" or re-wrapped (or caught and a new error thrown) and lost.

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        Brent Owens added a comment -

        Can people post some examples of where the errors are eaten and you just get an http 500 error?
        When data is being returned using the the speed strategy, if an error is generated when it is generating the response, it is too late to throw a real error to the user. This will give them an http 500 error.
        When we make the partial buffer strategy this will fix those errors.

        But if there are times when this isn't the case and you still get http 500 errors, please list them here

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        Brent Owens added a comment - Can people post some examples of where the errors are eaten and you just get an http 500 error? When data is being returned using the the speed strategy, if an error is generated when it is generating the response, it is too late to throw a real error to the user. This will give them an http 500 error. When we make the partial buffer strategy this will fix those errors. But if there are times when this isn't the case and you still get http 500 errors, please list them here
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        Brent Owens added a comment -

        Closed for now. Will re-open if the partial-buffer strategy does not resolve the 500 error.

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        Brent Owens added a comment - Closed for now. Will re-open if the partial-buffer strategy does not resolve the 500 error.
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        Andrea Aime added a comment -

        These issue has been in resolved state for at least one month (quite a bit, a lot more than one month). Batch transitioning them to closed state

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        Andrea Aime added a comment - These issue has been in resolved state for at least one month (quite a bit, a lot more than one month). Batch transitioning them to closed state

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          • Assignee:
            Brent Owens
            Reporter:
            dblasby
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