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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: 501 Method not implemented with successive POST requests
Date Thu, 19 Aug 2010 04:03:18 GMT
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On 8/16/2010 5:53 AM, Pid wrote:
> On 16/08/2010 09:52, Hans Wahn wrote:
>> I'd like to provide more information. Any suggestions what is the best
>> way to accomplish that?
> See above, regarding trace log.
> Also, providing a stack trace if there is one from the error log and any
> access log data.
> You might consider *not* sending the 100 header and just proceeding as
> normal.

Also, can you try your tests against a similarly-configured Tomcat
6.0.29 instance? It may be that some code has changed in Tomcat 7 and
some regression occurred.

Especially if you have a super-simple test case (and it looks like you
do: you have an automated client that makes a limited and deterministic
set of requests, and you can probably whip-together a skeleton webapp
that behaves badly on command), you should probably file this as a bug
and submit everything you've got: HTTP conversation logs, the example
webapp, and the automated client. You'd be amazed how fast a
reproducable bug can be fixed ;)

- -chris
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