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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 41072] - tomcat (3.x/4.x/5.x/6.x) is not supporting http(1.0/1.1) CONNECT method.
Date Mon, 04 Dec 2006 05:07:05 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From pc.varma@hotmail.com  2006-12-03 21:07 -------
Hi All
       Tomcat (3.x/4.x/5.x/6.x) is not supporting http(1.0/1.1) CONNECT 
method. I \
dont know why its not supporting this feature which is offering a robust \
communication using HTTP1.0/1.1 Proxying concepts for realstreamings like VNC, 
RDP \
etc based products. I have been working with tomcat from last 5 months. I have 
\
developed this support(http CONNECT method) and using in my "Post graduation 
Project \
work" its a "Remote Desktop Management project"  and which is working fine.   
        Now i would like you guys to confirm that 'am i doing right'?.
    
       Implementation details :-
       
       Inside coyote package, we have class called HttpProcessor.class. Its \
resposible for processing the http request and where we can identify the which 
type \
of the http request being processed. Then i have added a functionality that 
will \
parse and handle Http CONNECT method as if Http Proxy Impl with Basic 
authentication \
support.

      Can you guys please confirm this?

Thanks & Regards
PC Varma


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