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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36905] - Tomcat WebDAV characters bug
Date Tue, 04 Oct 2005 21:50:06 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From markt@apache.org  2005-10-04 23:50 -------
Testing files with 5.5.x from CVS, IE6, XP(SP2+all patches), URIEncoding="UTF-8"
and port="8080":

'+', ' ' and '#' are OK for files, ';' gets truncated

Looking at the headers using ieHTTPHeaders (I was very impressed that this works
with web folders as well as normal web pages) the fault lies with IE. You can
see from the headers that '#' is encoded but ';' is not. If you try forcing IE
to send the correct headers by using a file name with '%B3' it correctly encodes
the '%' and you see '%25B3' in the headers and '%B3' in your webdav directory.

If you have a *simple* test client that shows that any of these characters are
not correctly handled by Tomcat's WebDAV servlet please attach it so I can
investigate further but all indications so far are that for files this is a
client issue not a Tomcat problem. Best of luck getting MS to fix it...

I also suggest you look at bug36303 which you may well run into if you haven't
already.

I'll look at collections next...

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