Yes. I believe this is the case. Let me see if I can track down an example
that breaks. Right now I just have reports of this happening but I haven’t
been able to reproduce on my end yet.

Also, How would I include everything except the email body field with the
s:url tag?


On Monday, April 16, 2018, Yasser Zamani <> wrote:

> On 4/15/2018 11:39 PM, Burton Rhodes wrote:
> > I have been getting "Bad Request" or "URL too long" errors on occasion
> for
> > an email form that uses the execute and wait interceptor.  I am using the
> > <meta http> to resubmit the form per the documentation.
> >
> > <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="3;url=<s:url includeParams="all"/>"/>
> >
> > However, the original form submits via POST and the meta tag uses GET
> which
> > I believe is the source of the issue.  I've tried the code below thinking
> > that I could omit all the parameters except the token, but this doesn't
> > seem to do the trick.  Struts wants the entire form (again) - without all
> > the parameters the validate methods fail for the action class.
> >
> > <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="3;url=<s:url>
> >     <s:param name="" value="%{tokenName}" />
> >     <s:param name="token" value="%{token}" />
> > </s:url>"/>
> >
> > Any ideas on how to implement execute and wait correctly without
> submitting
> > the entire form via GET parameters each time a refresh that happens?
> Could you try including all except the email body field? I guess this
> issue happens because the email body usually is too long to being
> included inside url query string. To confirm, could you increase refresh
> timeout to have time to right-click on your browser page then click view
> source? I'm interested what is generated by <meta http-equiv="refresh"
> content="3;url=<s:url includeParams="all"/>"/> there when there is a
> long email body posted!
> Thanks in advance!

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