Detailed Information
Product Name: ServletExec/NSAPI 5.0 for Windows
Hotfix Name: ServletExec_NSAPI_50_Windows_Hotfix_Oct_2004
Created: 2004-10-11
File Size: 1.00 MB
File URL:
Description: v5.0.0.07
Release Notes
ReleaseNotes.txt for the ServletExec NSAPI for Windows October 2004 hotfix.
ServletExec v5.0.0.07

This hotfix contains only those components which are relevant for SE NSAPI on Windows.
Hotfixes are cummulative, so they contain all the fixes found in their
previous counterparts.

This patch includes an updated ServletExec50.jar file which includes the following changes/bugfixes:

- bug #0193: HttpServletRequest.getRemoteUser() returns null when NTLM/IWA Authentication is used
- bug #1391: Custom classloader is not as optimized as it could be 
- bug #1430: Character encoding not being honored for the body of a custom tag
- bug #1438: Webserver default pages not found if default-app deployed without welcome files
             [introduced by the fix for bug #1075 in p03]
- bug #1440: No error occurs if a non DataSource class is configured as a DataSource
- bug #1441: Datasource disappears from Admin UI if datasources.xml uses empty body tags
- bug #1442: Datasource properties disappear from admin UI if an invalid value is specified in datasources.xml

ServletExecNSAPI.dll fixes the following bugs:

- bug #1429: SSI does not work with ServletExec installed
- bug #1455: SE NSAPI sometimes logs IOException Error writing Response Header: -3 

How to apply any SE hotfix
Generally this involves:

1. Stopping SE and the webserver
2. Renaming the component to be hotfixed
3. Putting the hotfixed component in place of the un-hotfixed component
   (giving it the original name of the un-hotfixed component)

The specifics of doing this can vary based on which component you are patching.
Consult the ServletExec 5.0 Installation Guide to learn which components were
installed with your configuration of ServletExec and where those components
reside, so that you will be able to hotfix them if hotfixed versions were
provided in this hotfix.

- ServletExecXX.jar can typically be found in the
  <ServletExec Install Directory>\lib\ directory.