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From Vincent Aumont <vincent.aum...@vslab.com>
Subject Re: How to simply allow POSTs
Date Sat, 20 May 2000 16:50:33 GMT
Are you using authentication? If you are, the SecurityCheck request
interceptor
will intercept your requests, validate your username/password
and send you back to your original url using sendRedirect, which
generates a GET request.
Vincent.

Paul Libbrecht wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Among oddities with the web.xml file, my latest problem is simple
> enough: I can't get a post to work...
>
> Do I really need to add up something like a security  constraint ??
> This seems to add me the necessity for password authentication !!
> Very weird... I wish I understood something better with those
> deployment descriptors. Any help would be appreciated as I spent lots
> of hours with them... and I'm thinking to switch to the apparently
> much simpler jetty server (where deployment can be geared from
> hard-coded classes...).
>
> Paul
>
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