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    Default Detect Tomcat shutdown from ExtJS4

    I have written on application in ExtJS4. Whenever the server goes down (in my case Tomcat container) how can I detect automatically from the app side without invoking any extra polling? I have couple of polling right now implemented in the app. I want to use these polling for piggybacking the response.

    Please help. It is urgent.

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    I do not think Tomcat will broadcast anything to the browser. You may have to ping the server once in a while.
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    There will be some error code for the response I am getting for all the requests right?

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