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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34083] - disableProxyCaching behaviour of authenticator causes problems
Date Sun, 20 Mar 2005 19:53:16 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From mimo@proinet.pl  2005-03-20 20:53 -------
>[...]
> Urm, that's what 'disableProxyCaching' is for ;-).  Some of us got tired of 
> removing this stupid 'feature' everytime there was a new Tomcat release. See 
> 27122.

I stand in position that such features should be at least disabled by default. I
haven't found out that this problem was noticed earlier. Is this kind of
"we-will-take-care-of-your-headers" behaviour implemented in any other product?
Is this forced by some specs? Is there some previous bug report that could
support this concept?

 


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