https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=47941

--- Comment #7 from Harald G. Henne <afput...@web.de> 2009-10-19 05:00:16 UTC 
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secondly i tried it with a small testcase holding
10 TLEs with increasing value length:

input:
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name250" value=  ..."/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name251" value=  ...1"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name252" value=  ...12"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name253" value=  ...123"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name254" value=  ...1234"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name255" value=  ...12345"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name256" value=  ...123456"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name257" value=  ...1234567"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name258" value=  ...12345678"/>
<afp:tag-logical-element name="name259" value=  ...123456789"/>

the first failure will be for TLE with name "name253" and it just looks like 
a overflow.

$ grep T36 testcase001.dmp 
              T36: Attribute Value [251]
              T36: Attribute Value [252]
              T36: Attribute Value [253]
              T36: Attribute Value [0]
              T36: Attribute Value [0]
              T36: Attribute Value [0]
              T36: Attribute Value [1]
              T36: Attribute Value [2]
              T36: Attribute Value [3]
              T36: Attribute Value [4]

in my opinion the best will be to split up such problem TLEs and write out
several
TLE structed fields with incremented triplet 0x80 'Sequence Number'. 

Unfortunately i did no java debugging for the last few years i have first to
setup 
eclipse or IntelliJ on my computer.

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