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From "Roytman, Alex" <roytm...@peacetech.com>
Subject RE: Use Tomcat stand-alone?
Date Thu, 18 May 2000 19:41:42 GMT
I do not know whether it is a bug or they (Sun because I believe Apache
inherited web server code from Sun) do not want you to use it in production
but it consistently truncates posted data to the same length. I spent half
of a day trying to figure out why my Servlet does not work under JWSDK and
works fine under JRun. When then the same happened with Tomcat (standalone)
I knew where to look. When I run Tomcat via Apache server everything works
fine.

Alex

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Plante [mailto:splante@ZyrOSS.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2000 2:20 PM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org; Roytman, Alex
Subject: Re: Use Tomcat stand-alone?


Do you think this is a bug or a design decision?  Or is it due to a Java
bug?
And are you saying it doesn't apply if you're posting through apache into a
Tomcat hosted servlet?


"Roytman, Alex" wrote:

> Yes, because if you try to POST more than 3K (do not remember exact size
> somewhere between 3 and 4K) to the server tomcat's built in web server
will
> truncate it. Sun's web server included with JWSDK does the same
>
> Alex
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scott Plante [mailto:splante@ZyrOSS.com]
>
> If you were only going to serve servlets a web server machine, say
> because you were going to put all your static pages on another machine
> closer to the backbone, would there be a reason to run Tomcat through
> Apache, or would it make sense to use Tomcat in a stand-alone mode?

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