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From Jon Forster <>
Subject Re: Mod_JK inserted header case sensitivity issue
Date Sat, 29 Jan 2011 11:45:45 GMT

Finding any Sun documentation can be a painful experience since Oracle took over but I have
found this from the NSAPI Dev guide:

In particular:

"Note - Parameter names are case sensitive. By convention, lowercase names are used for parameters
that correspond to HTTP header fields."

as mentioned before, modifying the source of 1.2.28 to make the header names lower-case fixed
the problem for us, we've be running that for a while and haven't noticed any adverse effects.



On 28 Jan 2011, at 11:51, Mladen Turk wrote:

> On 01/28/2011 10:08 AM, Jon Forster wrote:
>> I would have to say that it's
>> not NSAPI spec-compliant, and it's an NSAPI version of the plugin after all,
>> so I would export it to conform to the NSAPI spec.
> Is that somewhere officially documented.
> We do a whole sort of header manipulation for IIS, so we can do
> the same for NASPI if that happens to be a "well-known feature" :)
> Regards
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