In Plone 2.1.1, when I try to access a page Anonymous does not have
permission to see, it redirects to a login. While doing so, it sets a
came_from variable with the URL I'm trying to access. It sets an ugly
which does not work. Plone folks suspected this was a Zope problem.
When Plone sets the came_from, it draws on the REQUEST variable. It
first looks to see if there is a VIRTUAL_URL in the REQUEST variable,
but it doesn't find one. I'm wondering if CookieCrumbler is supposed
to set VIRTUAL_URL given that there's a VHM installed and doesn't?
On 11/8/05, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> George Lee wrote:
> > On my Plone site, in CookieCrumbler.py, VIRTUAL_URL is not found in
> > the request variable even though I have a Virtual Host Monster. This
> > means that when logging in, the "came_from" URL that my site directs
> > to becomes something ugly like
> What version of Zope are you using?
> Why do you think VIRTUAL_URL should be there?
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