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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25965] - RequestDispatcher fails after cross context include
Date Thu, 06 Jan 2005 03:21:54 GMT
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galwar@nvisia.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|RESOLVED                    |REOPENED
         Resolution|INVALID                     |




------- Additional Comments From galwar@nvisia.com  2005-01-06 04:21 -------
FYI, I deployed the client.war and server.war (attached to this bug report by
Scott) to the Sun One Application Server 8.1 and it worked as I expected (the RD
obtained by ServerServlet in application B correctly includes /test.jsp in
application B). That's two servers so far that I have tested where it works
(Weblogic 8.1 and Sun One Application Server 8.1 2005Q1). I would imagine that
Sun got the implementation correct on their own spec? 

Mark: You stated "Relative paths are, by definition, relative to the current
request". I believe that they are relative to the root of the current
application context. This might be why the the getRequestDispatcher() method
exists in the ServletContext (and not in the request).

Remy: I do not think it is a waste of time to report bugs or to discuss spec.
compliance so that Tomcat conforms to it. My goal is the same as yours - to
improve Tomcat. Otherwise, I would not be spending all this time posting. I hope
you would welcome folks reporting bugs and encourage discussion going forward
instead of dismissing them as a waste of time.

I am moving the status to REOPENED. I hope that you will recognize that this is
a bug after all and not continue to insist that Tomcat's implementation is
correct and others (Sun, BEA etc) are incorrect.

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