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    Default Exception: max stack exceeded

    I get the following exception which I could not locate any information about on the internet:

    Exception in thread "Thread-140" java.lang.VerifyError: max stack exceeded (class: aspects/MSDCoordinatorAspect method: <clinit>()V) at pc: 3
    at java.lang.J9VMInternals.verifyImpl(Native Method)
    at java.lang.J9VMInternals.verify(J9VMInternals.java: 59)
    at java.lang.J9VMInternals.initialize(J9VMInternals.j ava:120)
    at seller.BuyerProxy.run(BuyerProxy.java:77)
    at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:797)

    BuyerProxy implements Runnable and I run it in a new thread:

    Thread t = new Thread(proxy);
    t.start();

    when I wrote BuyerProxy as extending Thread and used the line:
    proxy.start();
    to run it, everything worked well. but I need it to run several times so I had to switch to the Runnable approach. (the exception happens on the first time it runs and it runs alone when it happens)

    I don't know if the following is relevant but the mentioned class: aspects/MSDCoordinatorAspect is an aspect written in AspectJ.

    Appreciate any help or hints,
    thanks, Ouri.

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    If anyone ever gets this error (which I doubt), what you should do is simply clean and rebuild your project.
    This is what solved the problem for me.
    Ouri.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ourip View Post
    If anyone ever gets this error (which I doubt), what you should do is simply clean and rebuild your project.
    This is what solved the problem for me.
    Ouri.
    Qurip, I want to thank you for posting your solution and concern for others with the same issue. I truly appreciate it. If more members with problems posted their updated solution to assist others, the forums would be a better and more efficient space.

    Thank you.
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    "max stack exceeded" might also show you that you have a recursive algorithm problem.
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    max stack may occur due to to excessive recursion and i highly doubt that it has to do any thing with the thread and runnable approach because both uses the same technology for threading

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