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From Janne Jalkanen <>
Subject Re: A "HTTP Status 404 - Attachment"Main", version -1 does not exist
Date Mon, 10 Mar 2008 21:31:49 GMT

Any chance you're using the brushed template?

You're not the only one who has had this problem, and I think the  
common factor has been that people are using brushed.


On Mar 10, 2008, at 21:48 , Berg, Robert L wrote:

>> I installed JSPWiki 2.4.102 and setup container managed security  
>> using
> a MySql database(with the reccommended JDBC connector)  to store user
> id's, roles(Admin, Auhenticated), and digested passwords. The
> jspwiki.policy is used. I copied the application data files over from
> the older version(2.4.102) and the Everthing seems to work well except
> uploading attachments. When I attempt to upload an attachment on a
> jspwiki page, I get a:
>> "HTTP Status 404 - Attachment "Main", version -1 does not exist"
>> message: Attachment 'Main', version -1 does not exist
>> description: The requested resource (Attachment 'Main', version -1
>> does not exist.) is not available Apache Tomcat/5.5.23
>> contains:
>> jspwiki.basicAttachmentProvider.storageDir =
>> c:\\p\\web\\www-data\\jspwiki jspwiki.fileSystemProvider.pageDir =
>> c:\\p\\web\\www-data\\jspwiki
> The error occurs after I have browsed to the file I would like to have
> attached to the page. I immediately get the error. "attach.ppt" shows
> the "Add New Attachment" window in the IE browser just before I  
> activate
> the "Upload" button. The window shows one attachment that I recently
> added manually by editing the wiki data to see if I could try to
> workaround the upload issue. This "Hello World.ppt" attachment  
> displays
> when in double click on it. So the problem is getting the attachment
> loaded. Once its loaded I can view it in the normal way.
> I found no files in my C:/tmp/attach-tmp directory, nor in the  
> expected
> location in the data files.
> The attachments contain my configuration files which are both  
> tomcat and
> wiki.
> I have implemented the wiki to have container mangaged security, with
> user names, roles, and passwords stored in a MySql database. The
> passowrds are encrypted using the MD5 algorithm. We require that when
> the wiki is invoked, the login page appears and nothing in the wiki  
> can
> be viewed until a valid login has occurred. We are using SSL/TLS  
> (https)
> to handle the login. All user id's, passwords, and roles are  
> created by
> myself manually and inserted into the MySql database. The current  
> roles
> we are using are: ADMIN and AUTHENTICATED. Everything is working great
> except uploading attachments.
> Anyone have a idea on how to fix the problem? 
> <attach.ppt><server.xml><web.xml><web.xml>

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