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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35038] - After login tomcat throws Broken Pipe.
Date Sat, 28 May 2005 01:04:34 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From william.barker@wilshire.com  2005-05-28 03:04 -------
(In reply to comment #2)
> Hi,
> Thanks for your valuable information. We can't update the Tomcat version. 
> Because it came along with the Product (Documentum4.i). 

It's theoretically possible to update the Connector only, but I don't know of 
anybody that has tried it in a very long time. Probably easier is to front 
your app with Apache and mod_jk.  Prior to 3.3.2, the stand-alone Connector 
isn't really suitable for production use.

> Now i want to clarify only one thing. 
> In our home page contains 5 frame set. We are facing this issue (Broken 
pipe) 
> only in the Header Frame set. Rest of the frame are displaing correctly. 
> How it is possible?
> User confirm that, she didn't press the stop button.
> Thanks,

Well, modern browsers (esp. ones from MS) can get confused when presented with 
frames and a HTTP/1.0 server.  If you disable the use of HTTP/1.1 in the 
browser, it may work better (at the expense of much worse performance on all 
other sites).

The problem is that with HTTP/1.0, the browser needs to open a new Socket 
connection to retrieve each part of the frame, and they don't like this 
anymore than your server does.  What is probably happening is that the browser 
is attempting to use the keep-alive extension to HTTP/1.0, and giving up in 
disgust when it discovers that the (now deprecated) Http10Connector doesn't 
support it.

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