[Mono-devel-list] SimpleWorkerRequest and XSP
eric at 5stops.com
Thu Jun 26 13:02:15 EDT 2003
I'm not sure if there's a bug or not, but this has very little to do with
I've been trying to track down the bug, but from everything I can see,
there isn't one.
but there are two separate discussions here:
a) I'm doing what I can to make the SimpleWorkerRequest work like the MS
implementation for things that I am working on on my own. this may be
introducing bugs into the SimpleWorkerRequest, but in response to the
specific web_xml.aspx bug, I cannot seem to replicate the problem
reliably. also, I haven't been able to see how the code I added could
have even been in much of the code path for XSP (as I showed in a
b) while it seems to work to use the SimpleWorkerRequest for XSP, I don't
see what the point is -- you're overloading all the methods that
SimpleWorkerRequest overrides, and then passing in empty arguments to
the constructor, thus making anything it could give you useless.
HttpWorkerRequest is there as a basis for anyone to make a
WorkerRequest object. SimpleWorkerRequest is there if you want to have
a WorkerRequest object that works by passing in the page that was hit,
and then waiting for the response.
I would suggest that writing something that utilized the
SimpleWorkerRequest as it is implemented would be a much better test of if
ours works and if it works similarly to the MS implementation than to have
XSP be the test-case where the only methods that will be stressed are:
- the constructor with 3 arguments (all of them are null/empty/similar)
- anything that is called by the constructor
- and EndOfRequest()
On Thu, 26 Jun 2003, Gonzalo Paniagua Javier wrote:
> El jue, 26-06-2003 a las 05:07, eric lindvall escribió:
> > It seems that there isn't any functionality from the SimpleWorkerRequest
> > that is used in XSP, so i was wondering why you couldn't just inherit from
> > the HttpWorkerRequest?
> > I tried hitting the test directory after making these changes, and
> > everything still seemed to work.. including web_xml.aspx. =)
> > comments?
> Yes. This is just a workaround. We should find the bug, not hide it.
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