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From "Milind Sawant" <milind.saw...@skandiabank.ch>
Subject Invalid Content-Length errors
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2002 15:48:38 GMT

Hi

I am using apache http server as a proxy to weblogic server.
I have a jsp which has only hidden form fields.

>From this jsp , a servlet is called using a form submit.

Now if i try to make buffer overflow by entering large data in one of the
hidden input fields ,
apache throws following errors

Cache-Control: no-cache02] [error] [client ip address] Invalid
Content-Length 123
Cache-Control: no-cache02] [error] [client ip address] Invalid
Content-Length 336
Cache-Control: no-cache02] [error] [client ip address] Invalid
Content-Length 336

and the servlet request is not forwarded to weblogic.

why can apache be behaving this way and how to avoid this?

my requirement is that the request should be forwarded to and gracefully
handled by weblogic.

Milind





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