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From Florian Holeczek <>
Subject Re: weird bug or feature in ACL management?
Date Wed, 02 Apr 2008 14:20:52 GMT
I just had a look at this again and have seen, that the current
version isn't editable by me, although the page source doesn't contain
any ACL rules (or may ACL rules be defined in chinese signs, too? ;-))


Ursprüngliche Nachricht vom 02.04.2008 um 15:26:
> Hi developers,

> I just wanted to restore the page JSPWikiDownload, which has been
> overwritten with some chinese signs in version 648.
> So I opened version 647 (author: JanneJalkanen) and wanted to restore
> it via the restore link on top of the page. Although I am
> authenticated, I get the message
>> Forbidden
>> Sorry, but you are not allowed to do that.
>> Usually we block access to something because you do not have the
>> correct privileges (e.g., read, edit, comment) for the page you are
>> looking for. In this particular case, it is likely that you are not
>> listed in the page’s access control list or that your privileges
>> aren’t high enough (you want to edit, but ACL only allows ‘read’).
>> It is also possible that JSPWiki cannot find its security policy,
>> or that the policy is not configured correctly. Either of these
>> cases would cause JSPWiki to block access, too.
>> Better luck next time.

> with the URL

> The ACLs in this page however is:
> 648 : none
> 647 : [{ALLOW view All}]
>       [{ALLOW edit Authenticated}]

> Anybody knows what's going on?

> Regards,
>  Florian

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