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From Martin Kuen <martin.k...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat 7 + exception while adding cookies
Date Fri, 02 Dec 2011 09:51:28 GMT
Hi,

On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 5:10 PM, Mark Thomas <markt@apache.org> wrote:

> On 01/12/2011 15:49, Martin Kuen wrote:
> > I first blamed eclipse wtp doing sth. wrong when applying the
> > configuration. Therefore, I checked the connector's jmx properties and to
> > my surprise I could no longer find a property called "maxHttpHeaderSize"
> > for the connector (comparing tc 6 to 7).
>
> The JMX properties are not the definitive list of supported properties.
> That is provided by the documentation and maxHttpHeaderSize is still
> listed.
>

> > Was it dropped by intention? I skimmed through the changelogs but
> couldn't
> > find an explanation . . .
>
> It was dropped from JMX as part of the GSOC attribute clean-up since
> that attribute is implemented in the ProtocolHandler (where it is
> available via JMX).
>

thanks for the info.


> > Afaik as I know this is a configurable setting for (at least most)
> > webservers
>
> As it is (or should be if it is working properly) for all version of
> Tomcat.
>

Well, oc it's working. Don't know what went wrong on my side yesterday. I
just got rather confused, when I could not find aforementioned jmx property.

Things make sense again :)


Best Regards,

Martin

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