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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 5899] - HTTP POST parameters ignored in CGIServlet.java
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2002 12:01:41 GMT
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HTTP POST parameters ignored in CGIServlet.java

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------- Additional Comments From apache-bugzilla@zurgy.org  2002-02-28 12:01 -------
I've experienced a similar problem when upgrading from Tomcat 3.3.3a to Tomcat 
4.

The test code in my servlet uses .getParameterNames() to list all parameters 
POSTed to it. I'm using Perl with LWP:UserAgent to make a POST request to the 
servlet with one field containing a URLEncoded XML document about 1Kb in size.

Even when I reduce to the size of the XML document the servlet still does not 
get passed the paramter. When I substitute the document for an ASCII string of 
the same length the parameter does get passed. Therefore I'm guessing that 
there is something in the XML document that Tomcat doesn't like. I've attached 
the document as fails.xml.

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