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From Antonio Gallardo Rivera <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: Why is my cocoon app an IE6 killer?
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2002 15:45:56 GMT
I noted it 2 days ago. I noted that the Cocoon machine is not doing NOTHING 
and the Internet explorer works like I am browsing a server placed somewhere 
in Pluton!.

It does not look like a Cocoon problem. Because the java jobs was idle. But in 
the Windows machine I saw like it was checking every file in the temps!

But in the same machine browsing with KDE-Konqueror 3.0.3 it works fine.

Here my environment:

LAN (100 Mb) - just this two computers (no other trafic):
I have a Linux machine (Cocoon Server) with:
Athlon XP 1.6 GHz, 512 MB, 40 GB
Red Hat Linux 7.3 (lastest patches)
Java 1.4.1
Tomcat 4.1.12
Cocoon 2.1 (last updated from CVS on 3-Oct-2002)

Client computer with Windows Me and IE 6 SP1.
Pentium III 750 MHz., 256 MB, 30 GB (Windows use only 5 GB of all disk space).
Windows Me (lastest patch)
IE 6.0 (SP1)

Maybe the question may be:

Why is IE6 an Cocoon App killer? and not like the subject of this mail ;)

If someone know why it happens, let know, pease.

Antonio Gallardo



El Viernes, 04 de Octubre de 2002 09:12, leo leonid escribió:
> Hi,
> most generally I would describe my problem with my cocoon-app as
> follows:
>
> When accessing a
> - servlet generated site
> - with (lots of) images
> - using a recent versions of Internet Explorer (i.e.6) on windows
> then IE stops loading images. And even better: from this moment on it
> generally
> doesn’t display images anymore, even from other sites until you restart
> IE.
>
> The problem only (but not necessarily) occurs with IE on windows,
> but only on servlet generated sites.
>
> I found reports on this problem in the tomcat-user list,
> http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=tomcat-user&m=103340719301191&w=2
> but its not just tomcat related. It’s the same with jetty.
>
> If someone likes to see the problem live, start a recent windows IE and
> go to
> http://www.helnwein.com/werke/theater/tafel_1.html
> It's nothing wrong with the HTML and there is no JS at all.
> The current server configuration is
> c2.0.4-dev jetty 4.1 mod_jk 1.2 apache 2.0.42 – images directly from
> apache
> on a RH linux 7.2., Java 1.4.1.
>
> Itested the following configurations with no effect to the problem:
> c2.0.3 tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 standalone – images served by cocoon
> c2.0.3 tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 standalone – images from an extra context
> c2.0.3 tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_webapp apache 1.3 – images served by
> cocoon
> c2.0.3 tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_webapp apache 1.3 – images from an extra
> context
> c2.03 tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_webapp apache 2.0.42 – images served by
> cocoon
> c2.0.3 tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_webapp apache 2.0.42 – images served
> from an extra context
> c2.0.3 tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_webapp apache 2.0.42 – images directly
> from apache
> c2.0.4-dev tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_jk 1.2 apache 2.0.42 – images served
> by cocoon
> c2.0.4-dev tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_jk 1.2 apache 2.0.42 – images from
> an extra context
> c2.0.4-dev tomcat 4.0.5/4.1.12 mod_jk 1.2 apache 2.0.42 – images
> directly from apache
> c2.0.4-dev jetty 4.1 mod_jk 1.2 apache 2.0.42 – images directly from
> apache
>
> This is really frustrating.
> Does anyone have similar experiences or hints to solve the problem?
> Please tell me!
>
> Thanks
> /Leo
>
>
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