Hi. Tanks Helged. The issue 59317 may be the cause. I did other two test and with Tomcat 9 Xwiki dosn't work fine. URIEncoding is not cause or solution. At the moment I am using Tomcat 8.0.35 under Linux and It works fine. -- View this message in context:
Thenks Clemens. I will read the Tomcat page about http connector. At the moment I am busy on the configure and populate Xwiki. At the next post. -- View this message in context: http://xwiki.475771.n2.nabble.com/Xwiki-replace-with-on-title-tp7599972p7600010.html Sent from the XWiki- Users
Hi everybody. *FIXIED* The cause is Tomcat. With release 8 (maybe 9 too?) Xwiki don't works correctly. With release 7 it is a rock! Like this I see the mysql connector release 6 dont'n works with Xwiki. Tanks to all . -- View this message in context:
Thanks Clemens. Clemens Klein-Robbenhaar wrote > If you use URIEncoding="UTF8" in the connector of tomcat, all should be > fine. Done! But, unfurtunatly, not resolve. With Jetty don't try. I need to deploy on Tomcat or Wildfly/Jboss. Regards. -- View this message in context:
Hi Eduard. I am sorry. I used no rigth names. "Article" is a wiki page. "Space" is a wiki page with dashboard. About double titles are showed in the dashboard, in the list "My Recent Modification" and if I search I can see two title in the search list. If I create a new page after "Save & view"
Hi. I made a new Xwiki installazione, but when I create an article or a space with a title likes "One two" I see two titles/names: "One two" and "One+two". Wath I made wrong? I used "war" package 7.4.3 and 7.4.4-SNAPSHOT on CentOS 7.2 (as minimal server) with OpenJDK 1.8.0_91, Tomcat 8.0.35,