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From Tom Jordahl <t...@macromedia.com>
Subject RE: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15741] - TCP Monitor does not handle WebD AV methods in proxy mode
Date Mon, 06 Jan 2003 22:32:48 GMT
> I tried out resend today after removing the content-length recalculation and it
> works great, including with the s/w in proxy mode and multiple hosts in the same
> TCP connection.

Wait a minute, the resend functionality needs to recalculate the content-length again because
you can edit the request before you send it.  This is how *I* use the resend button.

Please don't remove that code....


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Tom Jordahl
Macromedia Server Development



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------- Additional Comments From Christopher.D.Knight@nasa.gov  2003-01-06 22:22 -------
Of course! ;^) How about these test cases:

* running the latest Litmus (good HTTP + WebDAV test as well as a decent stress
test) against TCPMon in listener mode. (Litmus should support proxies, oh well.)
 See http://www.webdav.org/neon/litmus for details.

* doing some basic DAV interactions using the catacomb client against TCPMon in
proxy mode.

* using an FTP client (in passive mode) and TCPMon in listen mode to try some
non-plaintext/non-HTTP traffic.

* using "resend" in all of these cases.

I tried out resend today after removing the content-length recalculation and it
works great, including with the s/w in proxy mode and multiple hosts in the same
TCP connection.

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