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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18996] - Ordering of methods in PostMethod changes behaviour
Date Tue, 15 Apr 2003 20:22:47 GMT
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Ordering of methods in PostMethod changes behaviour





------- Additional Comments From olegk@apache.org  2003-04-15 20:22 -------
Laura, 
Thanks for the hint. Of course, I can simply use arrays of ints as input for the
test case. I should have thought of it myself.

Andre,
I'll whip up a few test cases for trivial stuff such as German umlauts and
probably Cyrillic encodings (Win1251 & KOI8-R). If you could contribute more
sophisticated ones, it would really be hugely appreciated.

In case of no charset being given in the 'Content-Type' header, HttpClient
always falls back onto HTTP default content encoding ISO-8859-1. I am pretty
sure about that. This said, I'll provide a test case for default content encoding

Oleg

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