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From <DKra...@mortgagebankers.org>
Subject RE: Pages Not Saving
Date Thu, 28 Aug 2008 19:30:31 GMT
My first step was going to be upgrading to 2.6.4.  However, given that this issue can be replicated
in the JSP Wiki Sandbox, I'm not sure that will be of any use.

Foster, there is NOT a proxy server sitting between me and the Wiki.

I'm really stuck here and many of my users are now clamoring for a change of platform.  As
one of the administrators on the system, I'm trying to avoid that if at all possible.

Thanks,
Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: Janne Jalkanen [mailto:Janne.Jalkanen@ecyrd.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2008 3:18 PM
To: jspwiki-user@incubator.apache.org
Subject: Re: Pages Not Saving


Well, I am stymied.  I can replicate this on sandbox, but not
locally.  And I see *no* reason why this shouldn't be saved.

/Janne

On 28 Aug 2008, at 19:53, <DKrause@mortgagebankers.org> wrote:

> Back on July 15th, I sent a message to this listserv regarding
> pages not saving in my install.  Since I wasn't a member of the
> list (not sure why I didn't sign up before sending) I never
> received any of the response that I just found by searching the
> mailing list archive.  So I apologize for sending this message
> again AND for ignoring the kind folks who wrote back with suggestions.
>
> Needless to say, I am still having the same problem.  For some
> reason, certain pages will not save within our JSPWiki install.
> The pages do not appear to have any special characters nor do they
> leverage any plugins.  Here is an example of a simple bullet list
> that will not save:
>
> //////////BEGINNING OF EXAMPLE//////
> * Mark began the meeting by reading the IPR, reviewing the agenda,
> and introducing the members on the call.
> * Mark informed the group that the next MISMO Trimester meeting
> will be Sept 15th - 18th in Scottsdale, AZ. Secondary WG activities
> would include review of the V3 Secondary Loan Delivery
> Demonstration Example and V3 Reference Model. We would also leave
> time for any new business. Currently the Secondary WG is scheduled
> to meet all day Tues. Group agreed that would be fine.
> * Mark gave an update on Version 3 progress. He said steady work on
> the V3 reconciliation efforts have continued even though
> participation is a challenge for many MISMO representatives.
> Currently updating V3 Reference Model from decisions made in the
> face-to-face interim. Preparing to meet milestone two on the
> version 3 work plan. Resources have been tight but still shooting
> for an end of year release for the V3 Reference Model.
> * Next Secondary WG call is scheduled for July 2nd from 2-3pm ET.
> //////////END OF EXAMPLE////////////
>
> After having issues on my install (v2.4.7.1 of the JSPWiki Engine)
> I tried the JSPWiki Sandbox and experienced the same issue.  Note:
> I attempted to create a page on the Sandbox this morning however
> for some reason, none of my changes are being accepted and
> therefore I am not able to say with 100% certainty that the same
> issue still exists in the Sandbox.
>
> Some people wrote back suggesting that it was related to the Spam
> Filter (protection).  We are not leveraging any filters in my
> install so I do not think that is the case.
>
> Any insight you can provide is appreciated.  And again, sorry for
> sending this message to the list for the second time...
>
> Cheers,
> Dave
>
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