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From Chinmoy Chakraborty <cch...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Resource not available in Tomcat 7.0.29
Date Fri, 12 Oct 2012 04:59:24 GMT
Chris,

Thanks a lot for your reply...here are my answers for your questions..

On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 8:34 PM, Christopher Schultz <
chris@christopherschultz.net> wrote:

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> Chinmoy,
>
> On 10/11/12 10:55 AM, Chinmoy Chakraborty wrote:
> > I am using Tomcat 7.0.29 and I have an application which uses JSF
> > 1.2. All my .htm requests are mapped to faces Servlet. On login it
> > allows to me go x.htm and  renders the page nicely but when I press
> > BACK button of the browser internally it calls
> > "*window.location.href = "/x.htm*"; and it gives 404 error in
> > FireFox only (in IE it works fine). in *Tomcat 6.0.24*it works fine
> > both in FF and IE. Following is the exact error:
> >
> > HTTP Status 404 - /x.htm ------------------------------
> >
> > *type* Status report
> >
> > *message* */x.htm*
> >
> > *description* *The requested resource (/x.htm) is not available.*
> > ------------------------------ Apache Tomcat/7.0.29
>
> We need more information:
>
> What happens when you hit http://yourserver/x.htm (without logging-in
> first)?
>

---->> If I try this url it redirects me to the login page. in tomcat log i
see this:

127.0.0.1 - - [12/Oct/2012:10:03:45 +0530] "GET /WL/x.htm HTTP/1.1" 302 -
127.0.0.1 - - [12/Oct/2012:10:03:45 +0530] "GET /WL/x1.htm HTTP/1.1" 200
5477 , (x1.htm is my login page)

>
> What exact mechanism do you use to "call window.location.href='/x.htm'"?
>

---->> I call this js method on window unload event...

>
> What URL shows in the browser bar when you try to hit the back button
> and the above javascript executes?
>
----->> it shows http://myserver/x.htm?custom variable=custom value (at
this point server finds x.htm and renders nicely)


>
> > Could you please let me know where I am going wrong? (basically my
> > goal is to do something equivalent to disabling back button).
>
> You know that's impossible, right? If you don't want your users to go
> "back", then you'll have to provide a custom client. Look into Mozilla
> Prism (now Chromeless). It at least used to allow you to specify which
> features to support -- like whether or now BACK was supported.
>

--->> I am aware of this but what you propose is not an option for me.

>
> - -chris
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