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From Madock Chiwenda <>
Subject Re: Tomcat 4.0.1 & Dreamweaver 4.01 using WebDAV too slow
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2002 09:26:53 GMT
I have configured the HTTP 1.0 connector. It works as fast as I expected to "GET"-ing the site
and pages . However I 
still get some problems.

1. "PUT" the files does not work showing error that the files are locked.

2. GET of JSP pages executes the pages and then returns the HTML content instead of JSP Source.
I have tried to 
disable the JSP Servlet I was able to get the source. But not being able to preview tehe executed
content. how can I 
view JSP source  with webdav and preview HTML content with browser. (Is it possible to have
two web.xml running in 
the same tomcat program and website files?)

31/01/02 16:00:34, "Remy Maucherat" <> wrote:

>> I am trying to access Tomcat 4.0.1 web application files using Dreamweaver
>4.0.1 in my win98 machine. I find  it to be
>> extremely slow takes up to 3-5 minutes to retrieve the site.
>> I tried to access the same tomcat files using Web Folders in Windows
>Explorer it works fine and fast enough  (1-3 seconds). I
>> have tested Tomcat with DAVExplorer, it also worked fine. I have tested
>Dreamweaver with MS IIS 5 it worked  fine after
>> WebDAV Configurations
>> What configurations would make Dreamweaver fast in accessing Tomcat 4.0.1
>as WebDAV server
>I think Dreamweaver's HTTP/1.1 stack is broken. Essentially, it waits for
>the server to close the connection (without specifying any Connection: close
>header), and since Tomcat will persist the connection, it takes 30s to do
>each HTTP operation (that's the default connection timeout in Tomcat).
>Use the HTTP/1.0 connector with Dreamweaver.
>The new HTTP/1.1 connector will allow you to specify a list of restricted
>user agent (when one is used, the connector will degrade itself to
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