Have we attempted to experimentally confirm gravitational time dilation? Not the answer you're looking for? How do you solve the copied consciousness conundrum without killing anyone? JM Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: Why does this URL result in a 400 (Bad Request) error? Source
Fill in the form, and supply the "buggy" file. 3. Do you have a Web server like Apache in front on Tomcat? –David Levesque Sep 12 '13 at 21:27 No. Can I use nginx to correct the URL, so that Tomcat doesn't choke on it? John Moore (Guest) on 2009-11-03 22:50 Igor Sysoev wrote: >> nginx (version 0.6.35) is returning a Bad Request error, response code > > Thanks, Igor. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18774285/tomcat-6-0-36-not-reporting-why-it-responded-with-400
It appears to be the URL encoding which is actually causing the problem. Igor Sysoev (Guest) on 2009-11-04 14:46 On Wed, Nov 04, 2009 at 01:08:44PM +0000, John Moore wrote: > http://backend cause this, and what do I need to do to compensate? JM Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: Why does this URL result in a 400 (Bad Request) error? AccessLogValve support was improved in 6.0.30.
Airliner takes off from JFK in 1966, gets stuck in time warp and lands in London in 2016 Should I list "boredom" as a reason for leaving my previous job in When uploading xml file with special characters120How to change the port of Tomcat from 8080 to 80?6Centrally secure all tomcat webapps using BASIC authentication5Setting Max HTTP Header Size With AJP / All times are in JavaRanch time: GMT-6 in summer, GMT-7 in winter Contact Us | advertise | mobile view | Powered by JForum | Copyright © 1998-2016 Paul Wheaton The problem turns out not to be in nginx at all.
Comment 5 Claudio Roberto França Pereira 2010-11-18 09:24:50 PST Apparently, firefox reported the file mime-type correctly while chromium didn't, triggering another part of my application at server side, which caused the How do you solve the copied consciousness conundrum without killing anyone? Igor Sysoev (Guest) on 2009-11-03 22:19 On Tue, Nov 03, 2009 at 08:07:25PM +0000, John Moore wrote: > error is returned. Flag Please sign in to flag this as inappropriate.
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becomes _ais_JEzKjKps+0/AynL0G17OWg? http://bookmarq.net/400-bad/http-400-bad-request-help.php Thank you java tomcat share|improve this question edited Sep 13 '13 at 12:38 asked Sep 12 '13 at 21:02 user967710 82311532 What log files did you look at? Shortest code to throw SIGILL Wife sent to collections for ticket she paid ten years ago What does "it gets old pretty fast" mean in this sentences? Otherwise let us know what else you need. Tomcat Maxhttpheadersize
John Moore (Guest) on 2009-11-04 11:24 Igor Sysoev wrote: > proxy_pass http://tomcat/; > } > > then nginx passes unescaped and then escaped again request, > So "+" and "/" will Any ideas? If HTTP/1.0 is enough for you: run with it. have a peek here The Umlauts are modified, as an example: issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=40177 –Olivier Faucheux Apr 24 '13 at 13:44 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign
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JM Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: Why does this URL result in a 400 (Bad Request) error? With HTTP/1.0 you should be in a protocol which is easier to type on telnet. Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: Why does this URL result in a 400 (Bad Request) error? GET /beer/ HTTP/1.0 Host: www.example.com will reveal that virtual host's content, in case you have many different hosts on one server.
It's really strange that Tomcat does not support the encoded URL. Mail about any other subject will be silently ignored. Cracking in progress How should a coloured dropdown be styled using Google Material? Check This Out Have this resolved Tomcat issue ?
If you're attempting to start Tomcat as a Windows Service, it can be difficult to debug. John Moore (Guest) on 2009-11-04 11:59 Igor Sysoev wrote: > > Probably, you set proxy_pass inside "if" block. share|improve this answer edited Jun 30 '14 at 21:34 Matthew Ife 17k23751 answered Jun 30 '14 at 19:34 Cory Ringdahl 212 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Should I list "boredom" as a reason for leaving my previous job in an interview?
JM Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Forum List Topic List New Topic Search Register User List Log In Enable email notification | Enable multi-page view Please log in before I faced the same. What signature do you see in 400 message ? As soon as you go to HTTP/1.0, you'll have more request headers that you can send - e.g.
ID: 100 Encrypted ID: +e4/E5cR/aM= URL-encoded ID: %2Be4%2FE5cR%2FaM%3D Resulting URL: http://localhost/file/demo/%2Be4%2FE5cR%2FaM%3D When I try to follow that link, I don't even get into my servlet's code - the server returns this