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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18568] - ISAPI redirector fails to save data
Date Wed, 02 Apr 2003 20:58:21 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From robert.priest@bentley.com  2003-04-02 20:58 -------
I believe I have encountered the same issue.

I was having this problem with another application. What came out in the logs 
was that there was a java.io.StreamCorruptedException being thrown whenever 
going through the filter.

In order to develop a test case for all to use, I am using commons-fileupload
(http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/fileupload/).

I have a simple file upload jsp page (using commons-fileupload). If you select 
a file >100k or so, the app will fail if you go through the isapi filter - 
isapi_redirector2.dll (http://localhost/uploadfile). However, if you go 
straight to tomcat everything works fine (http://localhost:8080/uploadfile).

In this example (the test case) what you will see in the logs is a:
javax.servlet.ServletException: Processing of multipart/form-data request 
failed. Stream ended unexpectedly

Once again, this error is not received when going directly to tomcat.

I am including uploadfile.war which is the webapp test case with the file 
upload jsp page. I was having trouble with tomcat's automatic unpacking of war 
files, but if you unpack the .war file manually and drop it in the webapps 
directory, it should run correctly. I am also including my log file which shows 
the error received.

If more material is needed, please advise.

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