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From "Dames, Kristopher J" <Kristopher.Da...@Mercy.Net>
Subject Maximum HTTP parameters
Date Wed, 08 Jan 2014 21:47:32 GMT
My webapp needs to pass several thousand parameters in an HTTP POST request. I am required
to use RHEL's tomcat packages (currently on 6.0.24). I figured out Red Hat has capped the
maximum HTTP parameters at 512 and to get around it, I have to add the Java parameter "-Dorg.apache.tomcat.util.http.Parameters.MAX_COUNT=5000"
to the JVM. I know this isn't strictly a Tomcat issue since the problem is Red Hat's doing,
but is anyone aware if it is possible to set this value to "unlimited"? I tried setting it
to 0 and -1 but they were treated as literal values.

Kris Dames

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