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From "Boland, Dave" <Dave.Bol...@cwcom.co.uk>
Subject RE: Filter mapping problem under Solaris 9
Date Fri, 20 Feb 2004 17:11:45 GMT
Sitting here mildly red-faced. Yes, you are right - the problem is narrowing
down to be a problem with the jCIFS code. I have just finished testing using
a couple of Linux and a Solaris box, and I am coming round to the conclusion
that there is something awry with the NtlmAuth code.

Using the example RequestDumperFilter and a couple of files, the pattern
matching _is_ ok after all ... so I am interested in the reported problem
with POSTing. I'll have a dig around the archives and see if I can find
anything out. 

Cheers for the help!

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: Shapira, Yoav [mailto:Yoav.Shapira@mpi.com]
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 1:53 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: RE: Filter mapping problem under Solaris 9



Howdy,

>Now I am really confused. I also have the same problem under Linux (
White
>Hat Enterprise - not sure of version number.. )

This is good, in that it's more consistent.

>This raises the obvious question of 'am I setting the url-pattern
>correctly?' I would assume that it would be possible to set a pattern
that
>narrows the field more than simply a plain wildcard '/*' ... is this
right?
>As I said, it works fine on Widnows 2k ...

Yes, it's possible to set the filter-mapping url-pattern to something
more complex than /* ;)  See the Servlet Specification SRV.11 for the
exact specification.  I personally have used /*, /foo/*, *.do (the
classic Struts mapping), and specific servlet-name mappings instead of
url-pattern, for filters successfully with tomcat 5.x.

>As a simple and reproducable example, I am using the supplied
>'NtlmHttpAuthExample' servlet with jCifs0.8.0. Under Unix, if I set a
>filter
>mapping that is specific, I can't get the expected parameters from the
>request object, but under Widnows I do. Very odd.

As a sidenote, NtlmHttpAuth is NOT a simple example.  Pick or write
something very trivial.  Someone was complaining earlier about a bug
with POST request parameters when using NtlmHttpAuth.

Yoav Shapira



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