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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31523] - Request parameters are not always passed to HttpServlet.service
Date Mon, 04 Oct 2004 14:39:47 GMT
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Request parameters are not always passed to HttpServlet.service





------- Additional Comments From pr@objektpark.de  2004-10-04 14:39 -------
Hmm,

I have spend a small time to simulate missing post parameter situation,
but I can't find an error. I test with JMeter and a small servlet app.

Jmeter Result looks like this...
Generate Summary Results =  1238 in    36s =   33,8/s Avg:     2 Min:     0 Max:
   210 Err:     0 (0,0%)

postparam is a simple Servlet to validate two parameters.
simple-server is a catalina.base configuration

Running
-  download and extract the example
- cd postparam
- edit make.properties
change to your JDK and Tomcat Release
- reflect your env
     ant -f make.xml 
- edit startup.bat and shutdown.bat at simple-server/bin (my catalina.base config)
- start server 
    cd simple-server/bin
    startup.bat
    # Server is running 7380
- compile and deploy postparam
    ant war
    ant deploywar
- Now Start JMeter and load the postparam.jmx test skript!
- After stop the test, you can look the results at jmeter stdout 

My Test env
tomcat 5.0.28
jdk 1.4.2_04
Windows XP

Please work with my example to help or send a better one to show the bug...

regards,
Peter

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