[jcifs] Davenport Issue Report: Square non printable characters
Michael B Allen
mba2000 at ioplex.com
Sat Aug 5 19:23:54 GMT 2006
My first thought was that the server is sending a Content-Type with one
thing while the content is actually in another. That's the sort of thing
that would cause a problem like this anyway.
On Sat, 5 Aug 2006 07:16:38 -0400
"Eric Glass" <eric.glass at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is this seen in the WebDAV view, HTML view, or both? If you can grab
> a packet capture of the HTTP/WebDAV traffic between the client and the
> webserver, that would likely be the easiest to troubleshoot (as that
> would indicate whether the app is sending something strange or if it
> is a client interpretation issue). If it's occurring in the HTML
> view, if you could save one of the pages and forward it for review
> that might help too (the servlet basically generates the PROPFIND
> result and uses XSLT to transform it to HTML, so that may be where the
> issue is in this case).
> Finally, if you can give some environment specs (servlet
> engine/version, platform, whether hitting app server directly or going
> through Apache/IIS etc.) that may give some insight also.
> > Hi all,
> > I have Davenport working in one environment with a completely
> > unchanged web.xml file. No customizations. I am moving it to a new
> > environment, and now when I fire up the same (latest version!) exact
> > code I get little non printable character square boxes. I've also
> > seen chinese/japanese characters show up on other PC's! The file
> > size and last modified dates are correct, just the name of the file
> > and directories shows up weird. Also the "." this directory and ".."
> > up one directorys show up as 1 and two character square boxes!
> > Here is my bug report:
> > Directories and file names show up as square boxes, instead of
> > letters. Alternatively, they show up as chinese characters on some
> > PC's.
> > The top level directories show up in normal English text:
> > \\myserver\myshare
> > But when I click on the "myshare" link then all the subfolders show
> > up in boxes. On another server I have the same version of Davenport
> > installed, and everything works properly. Any ideas? Same version
> > of Java 1.4 etc.
> > Eric Pugh
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Michael B Allen
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