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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20744] - HTTPClient MultiPartPostMethod inconsistent behaviour compared to standard form upload
Date Mon, 16 Jun 2003 09:53:36 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From olegk@apache.org  2003-06-16 09:53 -------
Dirk,
In my opinion all browsers do a very lousy job in terms of compliance with RFC
1867 and related standards. This is something we can't change (barring a thread
to bomb a few places in the States, but my connections in Russian military are
not that good) and will have to live with. This said, we will not patch
HttpClient to demote its compliance to the same level

I believe that the current release of Jakarta Commons File Upload (1.0RC1 as of
writing) is free from the reported bug. I still want to run a few more test to
be really sure. I am afraid you have to bring this case to the Struts folks. It
can well be that their stable release does not use the most recent File Upload
component.

Cheers

Oleg

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