I have a php file that invokes a java servlet. it works most of the time. But occasionally it doesn't.
The php file invokes the servlet like below
if (fopen("[url removed, login to view]" ..
then it has an else statement that throws everything to the screen if an error occurs.
Occasionally it throws an error.
When I check the java logs it's like the servlet was never invoked.
So, I want to find out what's causing this error. Is there an error code? Is there a way to write all errors to a error-log file.
I also found the below error occasionally occurring:
[03-Jul-2006 19:35:00] PHP Warning: fopen(app/scheduler failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable in /home/morepr2/public_html/[url removed, login to view] on line 9
The above error is different from the error that occurred today.
So the job is to help find what the error is and how to handle it properly when it occurs.
If interested leave your TIME and COST estimate.
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