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(-)webapps/docs/config/ajp.xml (+12 lines)
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      to 4096 (4 kilobytes).</p>
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      to 4096 (4 kilobytes).</p>
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    </attribute>
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    </attribute>
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    <attribute name="parseBodyMethods" required="false">
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      <p>A comma-separated list of HTTP methods for which request
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      bodies will be parsed for request parameters identically
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      to POST. This is useful in RESTful applications that want to
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      support POST-style semantics for PUT requests.
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      Note that any setting other than <code>POST</code> causes Tomcat
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      to behave in a way that violates the servlet specification.
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      The HTTP method TRACE is specifically forbidden here in accordance
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      with the HTTP specification.
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      The default is <code>POST</code></p>
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    </attribute>
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    <attribute name="port" required="true">
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    <attribute name="port" required="true">
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      <p>The TCP port number on which this <strong>Connector</strong>
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      <p>The TCP port number on which this <strong>Connector</strong>
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      will create a server socket and await incoming connections.  Your
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      will create a server socket and await incoming connections.  Your
(-)webapps/docs/config/http.xml (+12 lines)
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      to 4096 (4 kilobytes).</p>
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      to 4096 (4 kilobytes).</p>
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    </attribute>
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    </attribute>
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    <attribute name="parseBodyMethods" required="false">
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      <p>A comma-separated list of HTTP methods for which request
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      bodies will be parsed for request parameters identically
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      to POST. This is useful in RESTful applications that want to
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      support POST-style semantics for PUT requests.
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      Note that any setting other than <code>POST</code> causes Tomcat
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      to behave in a way that violates the servlet specification.
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      The HTTP method TRACE is specifically forbidden here in accordance
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      with the HTTP specification.
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      The default is <code>POST</code></p>
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    </attribute>
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    <attribute name="port" required="true">
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    <attribute name="port" required="true">
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      <p>The TCP port number on which this <strong>Connector</strong>
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      <p>The TCP port number on which this <strong>Connector</strong>
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      will create a server socket and await incoming connections.  Your
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      will create a server socket and await incoming connections.  Your

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