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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31523] - Request parameters are not always passed to HttpServlet.service
Date Mon, 04 Oct 2004 10:04:41 GMT
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Request parameters are not always passed to HttpServlet.service





------- Additional Comments From emond@emaxx.nl  2004-10-04 10:04 -------
I am very sure the request parameters are sent correctly, because the issue 
occurs with several different browsers, including IE and Mozilla. Exactly the 
same sequence of events can lead to either the parameters being present, or 
not. With our framework, the only way to load a new page is to submit the form. 
All actions on the page lead to the form being submitted with a POST. Another 
thing that makes me think it is definitely a bug in Tomcat is that the same web 
application works fine under Jetty. As long as this issue is not being 
addressed, we have no choice but to continue to use Jetty. 
 
I don't think anything is wrong with the parsing of the request parameters, but 
it seems like the service method is called before the parsing is completed.

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