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From Harry Metske <harry.met...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: RSS feed is empty
Date Wed, 27 Oct 2010 19:04:01 GMT
Peter,

can you verify if the file indicated by the jspwiki.rss.fileName property in
jspwiki.properties exists, and is readable and writable by the tomcat
instance, and contains data .
If not, you might increase the debug level to debug and see if you get
logging that indicate the cause.

regards,
Harry


2010/10/27 ITCdx <peter.krima@itkodex.hu>

>
> Dear All!
>
> I've searched in this forum, but I didn't find any related article like our
> problem, therefore I post it now.
>
> We have a problem with our JSPWiki's RSS feed. (2.8.4)
> The main RSS is completely empty on our site (only the name and description
> appears), but on the bottom-right side (the per-page-feed) is working
> correctly!
>
> The properties file is configured properly (rss.generate & baseurl is set),
> but we don't know why not work.
> Log shows only this line: "[JSPWiki RSS Generator] INFO
>
> com.ecyrd.jspwiki.providers.CachingAttachmentProvider$CachedAttachmentCollector
> - returning 31 attachments"
>
> Besides, there are some issues that - we think - affects the RSS
> generation:
>
> 1. We have multiple WIKI sites. The core pages (*.txt) are in different
> folders, but the main jsp-s are inherited from one wiki site.
>
> 2. All of our wiki sites are in under one subdomain, which is SSL
> PROTECTED!!! (https://wiki.domain.ext)
>
> 3. We have an Apache2 and Tomcat5.5 webserver (JSPWiki runs on Tomcat) on a
> Windows Server 2003 SBS.        The http requests are processed by Apache
> and
> forwards them to Tomcat by help of virtual sites.
>
> So, my question is: are they have any impact or conflict with RSS?
>
> Thanks for your help!
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>
>

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