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  • via Oracle Community by 3004, 11 months ago
    invalid stream header
  • invalid stream header
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    • com.solarmetric.remote.TransportException: invalid stream header at com.solarmetric.remote.CommandIO.send( at kodo.remote.ClientStoreManager.send( at kodo.remote.ClientResultObjectProvider.send( at kodo.remote.ClientResultObjectProvider.cacheResults( at at com.solarmetric.rop.EagerResultList.<init>( at kodo.jdbc.runtime.JDBCFetchConfigurationImpl.newResultList( at kodo.runtime.CopyOnWriteFetchConfiguration.newResultList( at kodo.query.AbstractQuery.executeWithMap( at kodo.query.AbstractQuery.execute( at at at at at at at at Caused by: invalid stream header at at<init>( at com.solarmetric.remote.TCPTransport$NoCloseObjectInputStream.<init>( at com.solarmetric.remote.TCPTransport$SocketChannel.getInput( at com.solarmetric.remote.PoolingTransport$PoolChannel.getInput( at com.solarmetric.remote.CommandIO.send( ... 17 more

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