Message-Id: <email@example.com> In-Reply-To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 15 Jan 1998 01:01:17 -0500 To: "Jacob W. Anderson" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> From: Jordan Reiter <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Server reply formatting (newbie) At 6:13 PM -0500 1/10/98, Jacob W. Anderson wrote: >Hi! > >I'm trying to connect my java http client through the Apache 1.2 >proxy to my proprietary http/1.1 server. I can connect just fine, >but my reponse from the server doesn't seem to be compatible with >the apache 1.2 proxy. Essentially, I am writing the following to >the response stream: > > HTTP/1.1 code status<CRLF> > Content-Type: application/octet-stream<LF> > Content-Length: 59<LF> > <CRLF> > <59 bytes of octets> > > >Am I missing some important detail here? It seems to me that the >proxy server doesn't know that the end of the stream has been reached. >Aside from the content-length, is there some other method which is >expected by servers to indicate EOF (end-of-transmission rather). > >Thanks! > >--Jacob W. Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) We're not the right mailing list for this question. This mailing list is not intended for questions concerning web development, web serving, etc. We deal specifically with HTML syntax. There are a lot of mailing lists out there that can help you. Also, I have a feeling you're asking the wrong people anyway. I can barely figure out the question.