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Problems with Wiki editing

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Problems with Wiki editing

Hi *!

I have 2 SA2500 in a cluster running the latest version of the OS 6.3R2. I created

a web resource to our wiki-server. now when a user previews his changes on

a wiki-site and presses the back-button, all the changes are lost.

I already tried enabling the caching for the web resource and also enabled caching

for the specific role but I had no luck so far.

does anyone here know what I have to configure so the users won't loose all they

changed in a wiki-site??

Any hint/help is appriciated!!

Regards

Alex

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Re: Problems with Wiki editing

Why not just use a bookmark to the wiki server? Have it open in a new window?
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Re: Problems with Wiki editing

it is a bookmark, and unfortunally opening it in a new window doesn't solve the

problem either.

i'll try disabling the URL re-write next and see if this helps...

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Re: Problems with Wiki editing

What kind of wiki is it?

I am interested in the results.

Ate

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Re: Problems with Wiki editing

it's a regular twiki.... nothing fancy. everything i tried so far didn't

work :-(

still open for all suggestions

Alex

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Re: Problems with Wiki editing

FYI, I'm running 6.3R2 and we use Confluence as a Wiki - no problems at all saving pages, etc.
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Re: Problems with Wiki editing

i opened a case... 2009-0303-0023 let's see what happens :-)

Alex

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Re: Problems with Wiki editing

there was a similar issue with OWA when you sent a new message the reciepient would get an empty body. There was an issue with parsing a variable. Probably when you take a dsrecord (and a dump of a connection towards the wiki that is working) you will see that a certain variable isn't passed to the wiki server.

This would maen that you can do two things

1) wait on a fix of Juniper

2) Pass-through-proxy

Hope this helps

Tim