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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 6299] - SSI problem with multiple include statements in one file
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2002 14:49:08 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From pspeed@progeeks.com  2002-02-08 14:49 -------
Guys,

You should try upgrading at least the SSI portion of 
tomcat, if you are concerned about a full tomcat 
upgrade.  Perhaps get a nightly build and see if just
ssi jar will work in your older 4.0.x version.

Even worse than the problems you are seeing is that none
of the older code is thread safe.  Multiple requests for
SSI served files will quite likely mess each other up...
to the point of both clients receiving the same set of
garbled data.  It's part of the reason that includes mess
up... but the same kind of stuff happens if one client
hits the page while another is still being served.  I
saw this stuff even running tests on my local machine
from two separate command lines.  It was my motivation
for such drastic changes in the new version.  That, and
I needed support for conditionals. :)

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