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From "Reinhard Poetz (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (COCOON-1593) Redirect-to URI for Authentication Handler does not resolve variables on WebSphere
Date Tue, 25 Oct 2005 06:31:56 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COCOON-1593?page=all ]

Reinhard Poetz updated COCOON-1593:
-----------------------------------

    Bugzilla Id:   (was: 36543)
      Component: Blocks: Authentication Framework
                     (was: Blocks: (Undefined))
    Description: 
Variable resolution does not occur on the redirect-to uri of the 
authentication handler when deployed under WebSphere Application Server 6.  I 
have heard similar reports for other versions of WebSphere as well.  I have 
deployed this same sitemap using Tomcat 5 and it works successfully.  I have 
also tried switching from a request variable to a global variable as well as 
the {sitemap-path:} variable, but none of these are resolved.  The resulting 
uri when run on WebSphere is http://localhost/cocoon/{request:requestURIlogin

  <map:component-configurations>
    <authentication-manager>
      <handlers>
        <handler name="adminhandler">
          <!-- THIS DOES NOT GET RESOLVED ON WebSphere -->
          <redirect-to uri="{request:requestURI}login"/>
          <authentication uri="cocoon:raw:/authenticateLDAP"/>
        </handler>
      </handlers>
    </authentication-manager>
  </map:component-configurations>

  was:
Variable resolution does not occur on the redirect-to uri of the 
authentication handler when deployed under WebSphere Application Server 6.  I 
have heard similar reports for other versions of WebSphere as well.  I have 
deployed this same sitemap using Tomcat 5 and it works successfully.  I have 
also tried switching from a request variable to a global variable as well as 
the {sitemap-path:} variable, but none of these are resolved.  The resulting 
uri when run on WebSphere is http://localhost/cocoon/{request:requestURIlogin

  <map:component-configurations>
    <authentication-manager>
      <handlers>
        <handler name="adminhandler">
          <!-- THIS DOES NOT GET RESOLVED ON WebSphere -->
          <redirect-to uri="{request:requestURI}login"/>
          <authentication uri="cocoon:raw:/authenticateLDAP"/>
        </handler>
      </handlers>
    </authentication-manager>
  </map:component-configurations>


> Redirect-to URI for Authentication Handler does not resolve variables on WebSphere
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: COCOON-1593
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COCOON-1593
>      Project: Cocoon
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: Blocks: Authentication Framework
>     Versions: 2.1.8-dev (Current SVN)
>  Environment: Operating System: Windows XP
> Platform: PC
>     Reporter: Dave Thomas
>     Assignee: Cocoon Developers Team

>
> Variable resolution does not occur on the redirect-to uri of the 
> authentication handler when deployed under WebSphere Application Server 6.  I 
> have heard similar reports for other versions of WebSphere as well.  I have 
> deployed this same sitemap using Tomcat 5 and it works successfully.  I have 
> also tried switching from a request variable to a global variable as well as 
> the {sitemap-path:} variable, but none of these are resolved.  The resulting 
> uri when run on WebSphere is http://localhost/cocoon/{request:requestURIlogin
>   <map:component-configurations>
>     <authentication-manager>
>       <handlers>
>         <handler name="adminhandler">
>           <!-- THIS DOES NOT GET RESOLVED ON WebSphere -->
>           <redirect-to uri="{request:requestURI}login"/>
>           <authentication uri="cocoon:raw:/authenticateLDAP"/>
>         </handler>
>       </handlers>
>     </authentication-manager>
>   </map:component-configurations>

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