Ernest Allen created DISPATCH-941:
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             Summary: Http response header is incorrect when requesting from 
Windows
                 Key: DISPATCH-941
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DISPATCH-941
             Project: Qpid Dispatch
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: Routing Engine
    Affects Versions: 1.0.1
            Reporter: Ernest Allen
         Attachments: CaptureApache_angular.PNG, CaptureApache_angular.PNG, 
CaptureApache_woff2.PNG, CaptureApache_woff2.PNG, CaptureApache_woff2.PNG, 
CaptureDispatch_angular.PNG, CaptureDispatch_angular.PNG, 
CaptureDispatch_woff2.PNG

When http requests are made from a Windows machine, the http response headers 
appear to be mixed up or for a different request. For example, when the browser 
requests the file OpenSans-Regular-webfont.woff2, the response has a 
content-type of text/javascript and an incorrect content-length. Here is the 
bad response: !CaptureDispatch_woff2.PNG!

When the same browser on the same machine requests the same file from Apache 
tomcat, the response is correct:

!CaptureApache_woff2.PNG!

Another example: This time the request is for the javascript file angular.js. 
Here is the bad response from the router:

!CaptureDispatch_angular.PNG!

 

And here is the correct response from tomcat for the same file:

!CaptureApache_angular.PNG!

The incorrect content-types and content-lengths returned by the router lead me 
to believe that the responses are getting mixed up.

Possibly important note: Which requests are mixed up varies each time I reload 
the page. Sometimes files that failed on a previous page load will come down 
just fine. It doesn't always happen on the same files.

This happens for all browsers I've tried on Windows. It does not happen for any 
browser when the request comes from my linux box.

 



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