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LOL! Wasn't aware of this...
I've been getting the same error. HTTP 503 indicates the server is down -- think we just have to wait
The full text is:
w3c.org wrote:There is an email email@example.com .... Has somebody wrote them?
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It seems that SQL Developer tries to get page
and got 503 response because of
java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 503 for URL: http://www.w3c.org/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224/loose.dtd
the same error
problem still exist
is there a workaround?
If you can get your hands on a copy of the required DTD it should be possible to avoid the system call by letting SQL Developer know the file can be found on the local disk, you usually do this by adding the required file to the java classpath.
Unfortunately i do not know exactly how SQL Developer looks for this DTD, so i cannot give you a guaranteed workaround, if i can find some spare time maybe i could experiment with it a bit and follow up with a workaround.
believe this is the same file....
Edited by: 786006 on 03-Aug-2010 05:28
tried adding that file to the classpath, still getting the same error
I think it's up to XML parser, where to look for DTD files.
There are 2 options:
- cache missing DTD file in local proxy server
- get source code and change the URL of file, to fetch it from different location
Yes, we are aware of this. OTN under went a full migration and so you may notice that URLs no longer contain /technology/ but /technetwork/. All pages should be redirected to the new site and where they aren't they will be in the future. The Check for Updates XML redirect is not being recognized. We are working to resolve that.
What files are you in search of with the Check for Updates? Each of the third party vendors extensions can be downloaded directly from their sites and the SQL Developer downloads are available from the SQL Developer download site.
Check for Updates is available.
I'm seeing these errors again with SQL Dev version 3.1.07:
java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 403 for URL: http://www.w3c.org/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224/loose.dtd
Is there anything I can do?
you could try setting up your own web server to serve the file and make SQL Developer download the file there e.g.
- download + extract Jetty
- mkdir -p webapps/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224
- cp /tmp/loose.dtd webapps/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224
- sudo JETTY_PORT=80 ./bin/jetty.sh start
- double as w3c.org, add the following to /etc/hosts
- restart SQL Developer
seems to work in my case.