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From "Richard Sitze" <>
Subject RE: [AxisServlet] HttpUtils.getRequestURL() deprecated...
Date Tue, 14 May 2002 20:29:13 GMT
Not a big issue today, but if we have the details tomorrow (comments) then
it will make everyone's life easier.  I don't mean to be policing anything,
but as a developer dedicated to cleaning up as I study the code, I'd like
to know if it's worth my time exploring the issue (and it isn't if the
problem was encountered with a recent JDK 1.3.1).

It's worth something to the community to have explicit comments on one-offs
such as this.


Richard A. Sitze  
CORBA Interoperability & WebServices
IBM WebSphere Development

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I believe Glen added this comment.
Why is this an issue?  Nothing wrong with leaving it as is, right?

Tom Jordahl

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Sitze []
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2002 2:56 PM
Subject: [AxisServlet] HttpUtils.getRequestURL() deprecated...

There is a comment on AxisServlet explaining why use of the deprecated
class/method continues.

What is the plan to "fix" this?  How long ago was the problem with the
discovered, and is there a chance that it is 'fixed' in 1.3.1?  Has anyone
opened a defect with Sun?

Whoever added the comment on this problem, would you please update the
comment with enough detail to allow us to make decisions about
fixing/retesting, and/or to be able to track the issue as you progress
through resolution?


Richard A. Sitze  
CORBA Interoperability & WebServices
IBM WebSphere Development

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