Please read and follow Atmosphere issue 722.
Could you try the same with the
org.omnifaces.filter.GzipResponseFilter turned off?
Check your application's web.xml and remove/comment the
for that filter.
I vaguely remember having problems with an alternate compression filter.
> Please read and follow Atmosphere issue 722.
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Please see the last comment on the Atmosphere issue 722 thread. I did that, I turned off OmniFaces Gzipresponsefilter in web.xml, and that last comment includes the (MyFaces) exception in the server log. Thanks.
can you pls. create a simple project (maven2 project if possible), which we can use to reproduce the issue?
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