So if your product has php, xml, html,
jpeg or similar thing in the name, you should check exact contents of what
was fetched. It might just be some html text with an error message that
is stuffed in the jar file.
Or ... it could be totally something
David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
P2 developer discussions
09/09/2010 01:07 PM
p2 repository question
I think there are some web server settings
that can effect how jar files are served up. In the past, I seem to recall
some issues on some servers where files with ".php" anywhere
in the file name would routed through some PHP filters, and attempt to
be served up as a php file, hence some jar named something like "org.eclipse.php.jar_versionID"
would end up serving up some HTML error message file that said something
related to "invalid php file". Perhaps its something like
that? And all P2 knows is that the fetch of the jar failed. Just guessing.
Nothing specific about IIS.
p2 is just a bunch of files. Do you have anything setup to protect from
attacks? p2 is looking for a given set of files one by one (w.o knowing
whether or not they exist). I'm thinking that maybe after a while the IP
would be blocked.
On 2010-09-09, at 11:18 AM, Rob Cavallo wrote:
Is there anything particular about a repository as I've been able to successfully
update an exported product when it's being served up by Apache but not
IIS. When using IIS, the update fails prior to completion with an
error "artifact not found" for the product itself after it's