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HTTP Status 500 error suddenly occurs

JosephDoggie
Level 4
Level 4

I have two different forms that were rendering correctly on my local for a long time, including just yesterday.

Suddently, I get the following error:

{Note:  Somebody should enable copy-paste on these forum pages!):

HTTP Status 500 - DSCError:  ComponentID= DSC ErrorCode =2 MinorCode = 0 Message= Parameter: inFormDoc is required.  ErrorMessage:  Parmeter:  inFormDoc is required.

This occured suddently.

I didn't make any changes to either form or to my LiveCycle setup, files, or folders.

It looks like my computer was not updated last night and it looks like no new software was installed.

It is highly unlikely that a programming "bug" would affect both forms at the same time to the extent that they'd both stop rendering.

The "inFormDoc" variable is all over my various LiveCycle files, but since they were working yesterday, I think this may be a red herring.

Of course, I tried rebooting at least twice as well as stopping/starting services with the "iisreset" command in command prompt.

I googled this error but didn't find much that would be helful to this situation, just enough to see other people have had it in various contexts.

Has anyone seen this or does any one know of a solution?

I'm pretty sure our policy is to not allow me to post/email code and files and such (sorry).

Thanks in advance!

1 Accepted Solution
JosephDoggie
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

A colleague came up with an answer that I share here if anyone has problems with this.

There is a location (tmp) that fills up with GB of memory -- why doesn't LiveCycle auto-clean this, b.t.w. ?

On my testap, this is located at:

E:\Adobe\Adobe LiveCyle ES3\jboss\server\lc_turnkey\tmp  

{Thanks for not enabling copy & paste on this forum, b.t.w.}

After emptying this folder, it still didn't work as a restart of the server is needed.

Now both forms do render.

I knew that it couldn't be a programming issue as such.

Please be on the look-out for this in the future, and please reply if this post helped you.

Thanks!

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JosephDoggie
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

A colleague came up with an answer that I share here if anyone has problems with this.

There is a location (tmp) that fills up with GB of memory -- why doesn't LiveCycle auto-clean this, b.t.w. ?

On my testap, this is located at:

E:\Adobe\Adobe LiveCyle ES3\jboss\server\lc_turnkey\tmp  

{Thanks for not enabling copy & paste on this forum, b.t.w.}

After emptying this folder, it still didn't work as a restart of the server is needed.

Now both forms do render.

I knew that it couldn't be a programming issue as such.

Please be on the look-out for this in the future, and please reply if this post helped you.

Thanks!

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srujan1981
Level 2
Level 2
I am facing the same error in AEM JEE6.5 version. Can I know the location in AEM
Kosta_Prokopiu1
Employee
Employee
C:\Adobe\Adobe_Experience_Manager_Forms\jboss\standalone\tmp
srujan1981
Level 2
Level 2
@Kosta_Prokopiu1 - Mine is Cluster environment and Linux. Still I have to refer same path what you given below?
Kosta_Prokopiu1
Employee
Employee
no, obviously this is a windows path. JBoss EAP stores its data usually under <jbossfolder>/standalone/tmp. Look on your Linux system to wherever you have installed AEM Forms JBoss
srujan1981
Level 2
Level 2
No luck, I have deleted /jboss/standalone/tmp files... still issue is coming... Any help