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From "Lacerda, Wellington (AFIS)" <Wellington.Lace...@fao.org>
Subject RE: Lowercase UPPERCASE
Date Thu, 12 Oct 2000 14:57:46 GMT
A couple of  GIGAbytes of html ? I need a better approach.

Anyway there's already a standard running here, but these are legacy pages
(static and dynamic). 

Wellington Silva
UN/FAO

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Joakim Verona [mailto:joakim@verona.se]
		Sent:	Thursday, October 12, 2000 4:17 PM
		To:	tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
		Subject:	Re: Lowercase UPPERCASE

		hello,

		why not just have a system where you decide evrything is,
for instance, lowercase,
		and 1) rename all your files and 2) search/replace all URL:s
with a regexp.

		kind of obvious, so i guess there is some reason why you
dont do this already.
		I sometimes have the same problem when people make files on
pc or mac, and my
		solution has always been to enforce some type of namming
standard.

		there is less work for the server if it doesnt have to guess
the name also.


		"Lacerda, Wellington (AFIS)" wrote:
		> 
		> We're having problems with linking a LOT of static pages
with one of our
		> webapps because in those pages sometimes the addresses are
in lower
		> sometimes the same addresses are in UPPER case. How can I
avoid this case
		> sensitivity problem in TOMCAT ?
		> 
		> If not possible, what could be a solution ? Writing an
Interceptor ? Have
		> anyone done this before and can share the code ?
		> 
		> Thanks,
		> 
		> Wellington Silva
		> UN/FAO

		-- 
		Joakim Verona
		joakim@verona.se
		http://www.verona.se/

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