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I have successfully deployed a J2EEservlet, developed under Tomcat, on a Websphere 4.0 server. I build a .war file using jar and build.xml, moved it over to the WAS 4.0 machine and installed it, it's fine, it works. Only problem is when we POST, we send lots of data in the POST and it gets truncated. We POST (a put method), the request has lots of data, it gets truncated. We POST (a get method), the response comes back with all data (from the database), no truncation. Is there a size limit somewhere in the server's properties that I haven't found yet? Any ideas?
Joined: Jul 10, 2001
Found out that IBM HTTP Server is the culprit. If I go straight to Websphere through the port, it's not a problem.