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From Florian Holeczek <flor...@holeczek.de>
Subject Re: Trying to create a wiki page :-)
Date Tue, 19 Feb 2008 10:35:11 GMT
Ok that's obvious. But the currently implemented logic then seems to
be "it mustn't be a page, so it's an attachment", which isn't that
obvious anymore?

Regards,
 Florian

Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht vom 19.02.2008 um 11:19:

> That's easy - if you are able to create a page name containing a  
> slash, it is a bug.  Slashes are NOT allowed in page names.

> /Janne

> On 19 Feb 2008, at 11:57, Florian Holeczek wrote:

>> Hi all,
>>
>> while trying to create a wiki page containing the slash character,
>> I've been running into some weird issues. I've been testing this on
>> 2.6.2-svn-1 running on Tomcat/6.0.14.
>>
>> It's not making much sense to me, so I'll post this here awaiting some
>> comments like "sure, that's all fine" or "ugh, that's a bug".
>>
>> * first try:
>>   [issue one / two]
>>   Creates a link to an attachment "issue one / two" of the current
>>   page (http://localhost:8080/jspwiki/attach/issue%20one%20/%20two).
>>   Result is a "HTTP Status 404 - Attachment 'Issue one two', version
>>   -1 does not exist." from Tomcat.
>>   Weird:
>>   * Why is this an attachment and not a regular page link?
>>   * The link appears in blue underlined letters, although it doesn't
>>     exist.
>>   * slash in the link (!?), no slash in the error message.
>>
>> * second try "maybe escape the slash":
>>   [issue one \/ two]
>>   Nearly the same again,
>>   "http://localhost:8080/jspwiki/attach/issue%20one%20%5C/%20two".
>>   But this time, the result is a blank page (really blank, no HTML).
>>
>> * third try "maybe with double slash":
>>   [issue one // two]
>>   Same as first try, but of course the double slash is the difference
>>   in the link.
>>
>> What remains is the question of how to correctly link to such a wiki
>> page and whether which characters are allowed and how to be used is
>> documented somewhere (haven't found anything on this topic).
>>
>> Regards,
>>  Florian

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