Posted by mthornton
on October 12, 2007 at 1:42 PM PDT
My server is reporting the time of a file as "Mon, 27 Aug 2007 10:39:59 +0100".
Which is my mistake --- HTTP requires GMT.
Some other oddities (Java 6u3).
If the JNLP file has a URL ending in something else (e.g. .php), then the application does not appear in the Java Cache Viewer list of applications. The resources however do appear. Exactly the same application provided by a normal JnlpDownloadServlet and thus with the normal extensions will appear in the cache viewer.
If a jar file has a URL ending in .php, then the request only accepts the gzip encoding (the pack200-gzip encoding isn't requested).
The download servlet guide suggests that the $$context value ends in a '/', which doesn't seem to be true in my experience.
Message was edited by: mthornton