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From "Robert Hoffmann (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (COCOON-1990) Redirect bug WITHIN sub sitemap WHEN using uri-prefix in map:mount
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2007 11:13:05 GMT

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Robert Hoffmann commented on COCOON-1990:
-----------------------------------------

Hi Grzegorz, 

Thanks for your reply! - I tested it again, and it really does not behave as expected.

I included the sitemaps that I used below, and also two "test-cases". 

A) SITEMAPS:
A1) Root sitemap:

...
<map:pipelines>

   <map:pipeline>

      <map:match pattern="test/**">
        <map:mount check-reload="yes" src="test_sub_sitemap.xmap" uri-prefix="test" />
      </map:match>
  </map:pipeline>

 </map:pipelines>
...

!!! Please find the full sitemap at: http://cbio.mskcc.org/~hoffmann/tmp/test_sitemap.xmap


A2) Sub-Sitemap: "test_sub_sitemap.xmap"
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<map:sitemap xmlns:map="http://apache.org/cocoon/sitemap/1.0">

 <map:pipelines>

  <map:pipeline>

   <map:match pattern="A1.html">
    <map:redirect-to uri="cocoon://test/B.html"/>
   </map:match>

   <map:match pattern="A2.html">
    <map:redirect-to uri="cocoon:/B.html"/>
   </map:match>

   <map:match pattern="B.html">
    <map:redirect-to uri="http://www.google.com?SUCCESS"/>
   </map:match>

  </map:pipeline>

 </map:pipelines>

</map:sitemap>

B) TEST-CASES:
So there are two test-requests that should both lead to the google page with the word SUCCESS
in the URL:

B1) http://server/test/A1.html 
This works because it redirects to the root sitemap.

B2) http://server/test/A2.html
This redirect inside the sub-sitemap does not work (against my expectations).

C) ENV:
- OS X 10.4.8
- Processor: Intel
- Java version "1.5.0_06"
- Cocoon: 2.1.10



> Redirect bug WITHIN sub sitemap WHEN using uri-prefix in map:mount
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: COCOON-1990
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COCOON-1990
>             Project: Cocoon
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: * Cocoon Core
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.10
>            Reporter: Robert Hoffmann
>
> Hi cocoon developers,
> I found the following problem with redirects within sub-sitemaps WHEN using the uri-prefix
in map:mount...
> Test case:
> 1) Sitemaps:
> Root sitemap >>
> ...
> <map:pipeline>
>    <map:match pattern="test/**">
>      <map:mount check-reload="yes" src="subsitemap.xmap" uri-prefix="test" /> 
   </map:match>
> </map:pipeline>
> ...<<
> Sub sitemap >>
> ...
>  <map:match pattern="A.html">
>   <map:redirect-to uri="cocoon:/B.html"/>
>  </map:match>
>  <map:match pattern="B.html">
>   <map:redirect-to uri="http://www.google.com"/>
>  </map:match>
> ...<<
> 2) NOW: When you request "http://testserver/cocoon/test/A.html"...
> you should get redirected to B.html WITHIN the sub sitemap (that's why we use 'cocoon:/B.html'
and not 'cocoon://B.html')...
> BUT the redirect does NOT work correctly, hence we will not get the google-site which
would be the correct result.
> 3) The cocoon.log says: http-11080-Processor23/CocoonServlet: No pipeline matched request:
test/B.html !!!
> [So it seems to me that the uri-prefix from the sub-sitemap mount is added in the this
redirect, which might be why it does not match then within the sub-sitemap.]
> 3) Important: This only goes wrong when using the uri-prefix[-remove] attribute in map:mount
> I hope this detailed test case will be helpful to one of the cocoon gurus... I really
would hate if I had to use redirects to the ROOT sitemap (that's not the idea of sub sitemaps).
> Many thanks!!!
> Robert
> PS: Cocoon really rocks!
> --
> Have you tried iHOP yet? http://www.ihop-net.org/UniPub/iHOP/

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