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IPv6 and Safari on Windows

 
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Hello every one. Hope this is right place to ask this question.

I am trying to open my Tomcat's home page with IPv6 url (http://[::1]:8080/) in safari browser 5.1 on windows XP.
It doesn't opens it. Blank page is showed.In error console I see error:400 Bad request.
400 error comes because Tomcat is unable to process the url as it is not in proper format that tomcat understands.

But url (http://[::1]:8080/ )opens successfully in Firefox, Chrome and IE on my same machine.

My Safari passes few tests mentioned here (http://support.apple.com/kb/TS3802)

I have posted the topic on safari forums and have sent mail to safari team. No reply yet.

Any one knows what changes needs to be done at Safari side?
 
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