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  1. 2020.06.25 [Spring] Spring boot tomcat relaxedQueryChars

[Spring] Spring boot tomcat relaxedQueryChars

ITWeb/개발일반 2020. 6. 25. 11:35

https://docs.spring.io/spring-boot/docs/current/reference/html/appendix-application-properties.html#server-properties

 

Common Application properties

Various properties can be specified inside your application.properties file, inside your application.yml file, or as command line switches. This appendix provides a list of common Spring Boot properties and references to the underlying classes that consume

docs.spring.io

https://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-9.0-doc/config/http.html

 

Apache Tomcat 9 Configuration Reference (9.0.36) - The HTTP Connector

This Connector supports all of the required features of the HTTP/1.1 protocol, as described in RFCs 7230-7235, including persistent connections, pipelining, expectations and chunked encoding. If the client supports only HTTP/1.0 or HTTP/0.9, the Connector

tomcat.apache.org

 

server.tomcat.relaxed-path-chars

Comma-separated list of additional unencoded characters that should be allowed in URI paths. Only "< > [ \ ] ^ ` { | }" are allowed.

server.tomcat.relaxed-query-chars

Comma-separated list of additional unencoded characters that should be allowed in URI query strings. Only "< > [ \ ] ^ ` { | }" are allowed.

relaxedPathChars

The HTTP/1.1 specification requires that certain characters are %nn encoded when used in URI paths. Unfortunately, many user agents including all the major browsers are not compliant with this specification and use these characters in unencoded form. To prevent Tomcat rejecting such requests, this attribute may be used to specify the additional characters to allow. If not specified, no additional characters will be allowed. The value may be any combination of the following characters: " < > [ \ ] ^ ` { | } . Any other characters present in the value will be ignored.

relaxedQueryChars

The HTTP/1.1 specification requires that certain characters are %nn encoded when used in URI query strings. Unfortunately, many user agents including all the major browsers are not compliant with this specification and use these characters in unencoded form. To prevent Tomcat rejecting such requests, this attribute may be used to specify the additional characters to allow. If not specified, no additional characters will be allowed. The value may be any combination of the following characters: " < > [ \ ] ^ ` { | } . Any other characters present in the value will be ignored.

의도치 않게 tomcat 에서 에러 처리를 해버려서 이를 방지 하기 위해 설정 후 application 에서 처리 하시면 됩니다.

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