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Re: HTTP/1.1 Chunked Transfer Encoding

From: <michael_pacey@standardlife.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 11:15:42 +0100
To: nferrier@kanga.tapsellferrier.co.uk
Cc: www-talk@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF049228F0.8CD0ECB9-ON80256DC9.0037BA3D@internal.standardlife.com>

On 24/10/2003 10:56:15 nferrier wrote:

>I an't see the rest of your question but I think your J2EE server has
>a broken chunked encoding implementation because the first chunk
>starts only after the headers have been sent.

Thanks for your reply.

The rest of my message was:

"Is this the correct behaviour for chunked transfer? I am surprised to see
these headers in the chunk.
Thanks for any advice. Please note I am not subscribed to the list."

I think it got chopped off because I put a few full stops indicate the
vertical equivalent of "..." and "." means end of data in SMTP! Buggy
mailing list software?

My problem is we have a customer who can't interpret this chunk, but also a
java client using third-party HTTP libraries which DOES interpret the chunk
properly! I think we have a bug, my colleagues think the bug lies with the

Who is right?


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