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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24333] - Error 403 - when URL with a german umlaut is used
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2003 07:57:06 GMT
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Error 403 -  when URL with a german umlaut is used





------- Additional Comments From haschwar@gmx.de  2003-11-13 07:57 -------
>> I don't understand, what you expect...

What I expect then using an 'invalid' character like %E4 in an URL:
Not an 'undefined' reaction of the server, but
one of the following solutions:

- get a correct error message
  Not:    'access denied'
  Better: 'File not found' or 'invalid URL'.

- add unicode-support to Apache2.
  Either serve UTF-8 and Unicode files every time (like MS-IIS)
  or set a switch in a conf-file to specify which of both methods to use:
  special_character_handling = UTF-8 | Unicode | Both
  to be compatible with Apache1 and the various browsers.

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