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From "Michele Mase'" <michele.m...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: PDF Download problem tomcat >= 7.0.27
Date Tue, 31 Jul 2012 06:16:27 GMT
With the tomcat locally installed all works fine; the issue occurs from a
linux box (rhel6.x in my situation) with tomcat 7.0.29 as the server
machine and a client. Both are in lan without filtering elements.
Since I'm (as now) unable to determine the root cause of the issue (the
worst thing is that the problem is only with some pdf, and it is also
difficult to reproduce), the only solution that worked for me was the
downgrade to the 7.0.26 release.
Regards
Michele MAsè

On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 3:46 PM, Jose María Zaragoza
<demablogia@gmail.com>wrote:

> 2012/7/30 Michele Mase' <michele.mase@gmail.com>:
> > IE 6.x on my test pc, but also IE8 with other pcs.
> > Acrobat is 9.x, 9.5.1 version, a lot of clients have this version, an
> > upgrade is not possible for now.
> > I've reviewed the apache access log (when the doc is served by a web
> server
> > apache connected with ajp with the tomcat), the only thing I see is an
> http
> > 206 and a X showing that the client has closed the connection before the
> > server "%X : X connection aborted before the response completed."
> > The security zone is "internet".
> > To reproduce the issue:
> > Utilize the acrobat integrated in the browser
> > Install a new tomcat 7.x on a linux machine, not windows with tar zxf
> > apache-tomcat-7.x.tar.gz
> > Put the pdf in any webapp, the ROOT is enough.
> > Obviously use a recent jvm, I use latest version of 1.6 (.33)
> > Start the tomcat (sh catalins.sh run or what you prefer)
> > Point the browser to the url.
> > Every time you want to retry, just empty the browser's cache and kill the
> > explorer process.
> > Tomcat >= 7.0.27 the error occurs
> > Tomcat < 7.0.27 the error has gone.
> > Michele Masè
> >
>
>
> Sorry, but works fine for me :
>
> IE 8
> Tomcat 7.0.29 , connecting directly to
> Adobe PDF library 9.90 running into browser
> Same PDF file
>
> I could only reproduce that error by simulating a network problem (
> changing proxy settings )
>
> Regards
>
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