Re: Link URLs (with JSessionID) truncated during URL rewriting

2012-02-23 Thread Ian Marshall
I fixed the problem by going around it. All my web pages are descended from my PageBase class, which in turn descends from Wicket's WebPage. ยท I disable my automatic removal of JSessionID by overriding public String ServletWebResponse.encodeURL(CharSequence url) in my

Re: Link URLs (with JSessionID) truncated during URL rewriting

2012-02-23 Thread Bartosz Jakubowski
I've had the same issue. It happens when you have mounted home page to / and another page Foo to /foo. Then the URL with jsessionid looks like this: /foo/..;jsessionid and the mapper of page Foo takes it as if it is a URL to this page with parameter ... And this mapper always goes before home

Re: Link URLs (with JSessionID) truncated during URL rewriting

2012-02-23 Thread Martin Grigorov
On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 4:09 PM, Bartosz Jakubowski bumbu...@wp.pl wrote: I've had the same issue. It happens when you have mounted home page to / and another page Foo to /foo. Then the URL with jsessionid looks like this: /foo/..;jsessionid and the mapper of page Foo takes it as if it is a

Re: Link URLs (with JSessionID) truncated during URL rewriting

2012-02-23 Thread Ian Marshall
I run my Wicket app on Google App Engine for Java, which I believe uses Jetty (or modified Jetty?) not Tomcat as its web application server. The JIRA ticket states The bug does only show up when using tomcat (6.0.29) and not in jetty, so I'll dip out of testing this particular ticket if

Re: Link URLs (with JSessionID) truncated during URL rewriting

2012-02-23 Thread Bartosz Jakubowski
I use Jetty 6.1.26 and this patch works fine for me. Thanks. On 23.02.2012 16:23, Ian Marshall wrote: I run my Wicket app on Google App Engine for Java, which I believe uses Jetty (or modified Jetty?) not Tomcat as its web application server. The JIRA ticket states The bug does only show

Link URLs (with JSessionID) truncated during URL rewriting

2012-02-14 Thread Ian Marshall
Hello All, Has anyone else apart from me suffered from this problem of URLs being truncated to become invalid? I would appreciate it if anyone else shared my pain! Ian Marshall Ian Marshall wrote Hello All, A user's first visit to my app's home page results in the URL http://[My