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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 27802] - EncodeURLTransformer encodes off site links
Date Fri, 26 Mar 2004 17:49:30 GMT
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EncodeURLTransformer encodes off site links

christian.mayrhuber@gmx.net changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|RESOLVED                    |REOPENED
         Resolution|WORKSFORME                  |



------- Additional Comments From christian.mayrhuber@gmx.net  2004-03-26 17:49 -------
>I don't know what could be wrong on your side, but everything works as expected
>for me (tomcat 4.0.4, tomcat 4.1.29, tomcat 5.0.19, cocoon 2.0.4, cocoon 2.1.3).
>
>if at all it would be an issue with the servlet container since it's responsible
>to determine whether a session id has to be encoded into the url.
>
>you aren't using relative urls like 'www.cnn.com' instead of
>'http://www.cnn.com/', are you?
No, but I'm using the portal engine.
EVERY URL gets encoded it does not matter if it is mailto://, ftp:// or
an http:// URL with a fully qualified domain name.

I have tried it with jetty 4.2.14 and tomcat 5.0.18 on cocoon-2.1.5-cvs.

To reproduce:
1) run the cocoon samples
2) disable cookies in your browser for localhost
3) open http://localhost:8888/samples/portal/ in your browser
4) have a look at the "visit the Cocoon Homepage" link
-> it will look like http://cocoon.apache.org/;jsessionid=3kp37qivved83

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