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From "Lou DeGenaro (JIRA)" <...@uima.apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (UIMA-3592) DUCC WebServer (WS) some pages missing data for logged-in user
Date Wed, 29 Jan 2014 20:32:11 GMT
Lou DeGenaro created UIMA-3592:
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             Summary: DUCC WebServer (WS) some pages missing data for logged-in user 
                 Key: UIMA-3592
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/UIMA-3592
             Project: UIMA
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: DUCC
            Reporter: Lou DeGenaro
            Assignee: Lou DeGenaro
            Priority: Minor
             Fix For: 2.0-Ducc


- downloaded RC10 binary tarball to standalone 8GB thinkpad running RHEL 6.4
- followed directions from INSTALL file for single-user install and
verification
- followed directions for multi-user install with webserver login and
verified with 1.job submitted from non-ducc user. Found webserver problem
displaying "Files" in the job details page. More on this below (*).
- followed directions from duccbook.html, chapter 9 to install opennlp and
run text processing sample
- ran CAS input processing sample from chapter 10
- setup java_viaducc as per chapter 3.13 and ran hello world type program.
Process ran fine, but webserver again could not display "Files" or
"Specification" from reservation details page. See (**).

(*) Directory permissions for non-ducc user are configured to not allow
read access by user "ducc". In this situation the webserver will not be
able to display job details from user log files, unless authenticated to
the webserver as the user with read permission. After logging into the
webserver, all job details were accessible except for "Files" tab.

(**) Similar problem as with Job details. Log file OK, but nothing shown in
"Files" or "Specification" tabs.

All these details are available to users as human readable files in their
filesystem. Another workaround available, if it is OK for cluster users to
see each others logfiles, is simply to give user "ducc" read access to the
user log directories and files there. Therefor I do not consider this a
blocker for first release.




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