411 Length Required error
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Mon Dec 1 17:38:31 MSK 2008
On Tue, Dec 02, 2008 at 01:34:36AM +1100, Dave Cheney wrote:
> It sounds like that browser is not spec compliant. You may have to
> fake a body by sending a form encoded parameter just to generate a
> dummy body.
It seems that Apache allowed always such requests (POSTs without
Content-Length). I'm not sure should I add this ?
> On 29/11/2008, at 1:15 PM, Rocky Zhang <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> >Unfortunately I found that when I use POST method to request an AJAX
> >function, the browser sends a request with neither body nor
> >"Content-Length: 0".
> >Igor Sysoev wrote:
> >>On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 04:26:29PM +0100, Rocky Zhang wrote:
> >>>Yes. If there is no chunked body, it works fine. If there is, we
> >>>check its request header information and close it if we haven't
> >>>implemented chunked body feature. Could we patch it?
> >>I do not understand what yuo want to get.
> >>Currently nginx does not support a chunked request body and returns
> >>411 error code for such requests.
> >>Also nginx returns the 411 error if a POST/PUT request has no
> >>If the request has no body, then it must send "Content-Length: 0".
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