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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10671] - Major issues with jsp:param in jsp:include and jsp:forward
Date Fri, 12 Jul 2002 16:00:49 GMT
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Major issues with jsp:param in jsp:include and jsp:forward





------- Additional Comments From mark@tweakt.net  2002-07-12 16:00 -------
I was going to file a bug regarding this, until I realized this was changed in
4.1.x. So by default now (in 4.1.x) the behavior is to URLEncode the parameter
values automatically?

I ran into an issue with passing URLS as paramters where the invalid characters
(for a url), when not escaped, would effectively "hide" any further parameters
from being parsed. In ServletExec 3.1 the URLEncode step is automatically done.
So it sounds like this was also added to Tomcat 4.1.x?

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