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Jigsaw as Proxy Server : Filter question/ Re: Running Jigsaw with MS JVIEW

From: Mahesh Joshi <mjoshi@kset.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 1997 22:26:43 -0700
Message-Id: <3355B493.5DCC@kset.com>
To: Thornton Prime <thor1@themall.net>
Cc: Anselm Baird-Smith <abaird@w3.org>, www-jigsaw@w3.org
Hi,

1)Proxy  Server Question:

We have Jigsaw running as a Proxy Server(both 1.02 and 1.05).
 I am writting my own filter which implements PropRequestFilter..
Everything works perfectly fine except and life is very good.

Question: When my filter generates a reply Object, the Reply objects
MIME-TYPE is always set to text/html. How do I set it the "correct"
Mime type of the Reply Object(i.e when my objects are not text/htmls..)
I am looking into this and shall post a solution if I find one. 
If someone has done some digging in this area, I would really appreciate
any help here.

2) Microsoft J++ 1.1 and Jview.
We spent 4-5 days out here trying to build Jigsaw under J++ 1.1. Jigsaw
doesnt compile  cleanly with J++ and J++ still barfs at what other
compilers consider legal Java code. We have compiled Jigsaw with Cafe
and JDK and have had no problems. Anyway, after some understanding of
the code and a few changes, we got a compile. Unf. the server didnt
go anywhere with Jview.. We abandoned our efforts concluding that the
changes we made to the src. were not correct. So we re-installed 
Jigsaw again and tried running with the default classes.zip.
Jview was able to run the std. classes.zip but that came
along with Jigsaw but we do run into the same probem that
Thornton has mentioned. If we are lucky, the browser connects
to it, but after a page or two, nothing happens... The browser
cannot connect to the server. We have experienced no problems
at all with any other JIT, they all run flawlessly..

BTW, 1.05 as proxy runs far quicker than 1.02. Thanks a lot for
the speed improvement, Anselm...

Mahesh Joshi


Thornton Prime wrote:
> 
>  ----
> From: Anselm Baird_Smith <abaird@www43.inria.fr>
> >Thornton Prime writes:
> > > Has anyone else tried running Jigsaw under Microsoft's JVIEW.EXE Java
> =
> > > VM?
> > > I have tried both 1.0- and 1.1-compatible versions of JVIEW, with and
> =
> > > without JIT support, on both Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0. In every =
> > > case, it reports that it is loading properties, but never moves on to
> =
> > > report that it is listening.
> > > Things work fine if I use the Sun JAVA.EXE or the Symantec JAVA.EXE.
> > > I would like to use JVIEW so that I can run Jigsaw as a service under
> =
> > > NT. Furthermore, from what I can tell, JVIEW is the fastest JIT out =
> > > there.
> > > Any ideas?
> ...
> >I have a similar symptom when the PC is disconnected. You have to
> >fiddle with the net config to make things work again (I am not sure
> >though this is the problem, I now have visualj++ 1.1, and will try it
> >asap)
> 
> My PC is always connected, so don't think it is a networking problem. It is
> obviously some flaw in the MS Java VM, but I can't tell where.
> 
> I look forward to hearing what you find.
> 
> Thornton

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Mahesh Joshi

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