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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32424] - Redirecting directiories with missing trailing slash breaks web applications
Date Mon, 25 Apr 2005 08:52:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From t.katelbach@systheo.com  2005-04-25 10:52 -------
This is definitly a structural bug within Tomcat5, Redirection decisions 
shouldn't be made by Tomcat but by our own application, otherwise we should 
constrain our architecture to Tomcats own structure?? or be stuck with using 
T4.1 or another container... this will surely be a recurent bug declaration. 
I understand if this simplifies T5's structure but is it acceptable to 
constraint this way? In my use case I call for url : /login an he sends me 
to /login/ even though I don't even have a login folder and after login instead 
of redirect to /myurl he blocks me in that context being: /login/myurl which 
ofcourse makes no sense. 
Please reconcider this issue. 
or atleast make it configurable as Roy requests it. 

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