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From Alejandro Mehring <keropot...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problems upgrading to Tomcat 7
Date Tue, 31 Jul 2012 14:42:59 GMT
I'm very sorry! I forgot to mention that i tried what he suggested, but got
the same result. That's why I started digging more into it and got to that
point and what helped me find this other issue.

Thanks again!
Ale

On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 11:31 AM, André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com> wrote:

> Alejandro Mehring wrote:
>
>> Thank you very much for your help!
>>
>> Digging a bit more into the system, I came to a part where it's building
>> the link based on the original servlet request.
>>
>> If I have this URL:
>> http://host/app/servlet/**FrontController?arg1=yes&arg2=**
>> target.jsp&arg3=something<http://host/app/servlet/FrontController?arg1=yes&arg2=target.jsp&arg3=something>
>>
>> Java 1.4's getRequestURL() returns 'http://host/app/servlet/**
>> FrontController <http://host/app/servlet/FrontController>'
>> whereas
>> Java 1.6's getRequestURL() returns 'http://host/app/target.jsp'
>>
>> I found someone reporting this same issue on JBoss community page, but got
>> no answer. I'll try to find another way to get the same behaviour in Java
>> 1.6 as of getRequestURL in 1.4.
>>
>>
> Now you seem to be on the right path.
> On the other hand, you seem to be strangely ignoring every bit of advice
> that people are trying to give you, for example what Christopher suggested
> in his earlier message, and which i will repeat here :
>
> quote
>
>
> Although this should work, I always recommend using context-relative
> URLs like this:
>
> <link type="text/css" href="<%=
> response.encodeURL(request.**getContextPath() + "/lightStyle.css") %>" />
>
> This will ensure that your URLs resolve properly no matter how the
> .jsp is being evaluated (for instance, in an include or after a
> forward, where the client's URL may not match what your JSP expects).
>
> unquote
>
>
>
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