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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32424] - Redirecting directiories with missing trailing slash breaks web applications
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2005 22:17:11 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From oliverh@ourcommunity.com.au  2005-02-09 23:17 -------
> The behavior is not specified anywhere

Then isn't it clearly a bug? While the slash makes no sematic difference when
your using the default servlet it *can* and does make a difference for
applications that do not use the default servlet (like mine and clearly others). 

Also so much for interoperability between Servlet containers. Given that Tomcat
is the reference implementation of the Servlet spec should I raise a bug with
Jetty (and probably every other implementation) given that it does not exhibit
this behaviour?

> I regret it would prevent you from using Tomcat, but there's nothing 
> that I will change here.
 
I understand that I'm not going to persuade you to change this but at the very
least there should be a way to disable it. If you point me in the right
direction perhaps I could implement a patch?


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