I know this has been addressed before but after searching the WEB half a day 
Friday I only found one related item although not directly related to my 
situation and it said search the archives.  

Zope Version
        (Zope 2.6.1 (binary release, python 2.1, linux2-x86), python 2.1.3, 
linux2) 
Python Version
        2.1.3 (#1, Sep 19 2002, 13:15:46) [GCC egcs-2.91.66 19990314/Linux  
                 (egcs-1.1.2 release)] 
System Platform
        linux2

(I am moving everything to a new server and upgrading all software this week)

Situation:

These URLs all show the same content although there is only one dir1 folder:

/dir1/
/dir1/dir1/
/dir1/dir1/dir1/

My thoughts have been its related UnrestrictedTraversal, acquisition, or 
something else but not sure where to change or if it can be changed?
I've seen this before but it has pretty much been a non issue but now the 
campus is setting up a Google Search Appliance and the indexing mechanism 
seems to be attempting to traverse this pattern into infinite recursion.

Since beginning this email I have found a contributing issue:
In a directory say /dir1/dir2/dir3 a page in dir3 has a relative link 
to ../dir2.  This may be the issue totally but is there an easy way to 
prevent this from performing as Zope allows it to, aside from horse whipping 
the person that created that page.

Thanks,

Thomas

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University Library                              Boone, North Carolina 28608
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