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Bug 23782

Summary: Content Language property must be at least trimed
Product: javaee Reporter: Alexei Mokeev <av-nb>
Component: CodeAssignee: _ rkubacki <rkubacki>
Severity: blocker    
Priority: P4    
Version: 3.x   
Hardware: PC   
OS: Windows 95/98   
Issue Type: ENHANCEMENT Exception Reporter:
Bug Depends on: 29447    
Bug Blocks:    

Description Alexei Mokeev 2002-05-21 15:07:24 UTC
Additional handling of "Content Language" property required.
Now it just set all text from Property Editor as is.

Steps to reproduce:

1)Open Properties for some servlet
2)Press "..." button near "Content Language" property
3)Type "text/html + Enter" in property editor and press OK
NOTICE, that valid value "text/html" in shown near "Content Language" property
4)Try execute servlet and notice, that browser don't started and Warning window
with message "There is no browser configured for MIME type "text/html

Think that editor shouldn't allow multyline values for this property ot at least trim \r,\n from
end of string.

Well reproduced with FFJ4.0 rc4, jdk 1.4.0 under Win98SE
Comment 1 Marek Grummich 2002-07-22 11:29:30 UTC
Set target milestone to TBD
Comment 2 Marek Grummich 2002-07-22 11:31:29 UTC
Set target milestone to TBD
Comment 3 Marian Mirilovic 2002-12-06 17:08:51 UTC
reassigne to Tim, new owner of property editors.
Comment 4 _ tboudreau 2003-04-04 10:20:35 UTC

Whoever provides the Content Language property can now provide the
hint "oneline" to the propertyeditor - return Boolean.TRUE from
ContentLanguageProperty.getValue ("oneline") - and the string 
editor will use a JTextField, and the user cannot enter newlines.

I don't know who provides this property,
but since the example is from a Servlet, 
I'm reassigning to Web module.