> Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2004 10:58:40 +1100
> From: Alan Kent <[log in to unmask]>
> > > Your java test just tells me that
> > > the URL constructor is in error.
> > Agreed.
> I am happy with database names not starting with '/', but just
> wanted to quash the idea that the Java URL constructor was
> necessarily in error.
You're right, of course: it's not the URL constructor that's in error,
it's the code that calls it. Instead of calling
new URL(ProtocolHostAndPort, dbName);
it should be calling
new URL(ProtocolHostAndPort, "/" + dbName);
> Sorry, not trying to lecture etc to people - just wanted to make
> sure minor technical inaccuracies did not propergate.
Quite right. Thanks.
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