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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20376] - Internet Explorer 6.0 Duplicate Requests IE PLEASE HELP
Date Tue, 10 Jun 2003 10:26:17 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From mvdijken@madocke.nl  2003-06-10 10:26 -------
A few things:

- There IS a response code sent with ISAPI. This would cause trouble, but 
doesn't since it is there. (The standard OK is an arbitrary string and not 
required)
- The Content length is REQUIRED by the HTTP/1.1 spec. There's a high likeness 
this would cause trouble with some browsers.
- The Connection keep-alive missing header only signifies that the browser 
will have to make a new connection for every resource. That's no problem.
- The charset is allowed but not required for as far as I know.

I've tried my own install of tomcat for some resources standalone and all 
headers are nicely sent back. However this is with Tomcat 4.1.18 not like your 
4.1.24. I don't have the time to upgrade my system and the problem doesn't 
exist with Tomcat standalone, so I'll skip that.

I think a Tomcat expert will need to examine this info to see if the problem 
with the missing content-length always occurs with the ISAPI plugin and if 
this is the source of the problem. I am not that expert, I only know a little 
about the HTTP spec and browser/server traffic. Turning this over to anyone 
who'll take it...

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