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POST Body Delay even with 100 Continue

From: Dan Evans <devans@invores.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 15:45:27 -0400
To: www-lib@w3.org
Message-id: <42DFFB57.1080905@invores.com>

I saw the question by Michel Mastriani <Michel.Mastriani@vivo.com.br> 
regarding POST DELAY in early May and the response by Girish S 
<girishpage@yahoo.com> suggesting the use of:
HTTP_setBodyWriteDelay(ms_t first_try, ms_t, second_try);

I am experiencing the same problem (HTTP/1.1), and while this might be a 
good workaround, shouldn't libwww continue with the sending of the 
entity body as soon as it receives 100 Continue from the server, without 
having to wait at all?  If the Expect: 100-continue header is sent by 
the client, and the server obliges by send 100 Continue, what more is 
there to wait for?

Dan Evans
Invores Systems
Received on Friday, 22 July 2005 10:57:44 GMT

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