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From "Remy Maucherat" <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Watchdog problems on 3.3.x
Date Wed, 10 Apr 2002 07:33:15 GMT
> The current Coyote connector (almost, but more on that later) passes
> Watchdog on port 80.  It fails badly on port 8080.  From the discussions
on
> list between Remy and Costin, this is because the Watchdog tests
incorrectly
> fail to include the port in the Host header for the HTTP/1.1 protocol.

I thought Watchdog used HTTP/1.0 (at least Watchdog 4 does).

If it uses HTTP/1.0, then it's a problem with Coyote.
If it uses HTTP/1.1, then it's a problem with the old Watchdog.

> Given that Watchdog *is* the test that Tomcat has to pass to be the
> reference implementation, I'd like some word that we can change the 2.2
> Watchdog to be HTTP/1.1 compliant.
>
> The failed test on port 80 (same as the old CoyoteIntercepter) has to do
> with un-safe escapes in the URL, which by default, DecodeInterceptor
faults.

Remy


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