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Seen in http://koala.ilog.fr/twikiirc/bin/irclogger_log/twiki?date=2006-05-22,Mon&sel=305#l301, and in webs and topics with I18N chars (in the latter case web and topic names are doubled up, i.e. $web/$topic/$web/$topic).

Simply using the full url instead of the special query path construct fixes it (hope there's not too many side effects .. couldn't think of any).

-- SP

Only side effect: Broke redirection for standard non-i18n topics :-/

Need to find a way that will work for both kind of topics (perhaps normalizeWebTopicName need to consider url-encoded i18n chars or?)

-- SP

Problem is earlier, already the

$query->url( -path => 1, -query => 1 ) call in loginUrl will return something like

/twiki/bin/view/Main/Test%c6%d8/Main/Test%C6%D8

Perhaps the difference in casing in the encodings is what triggers this?

-- SP

This query->url seems badly broken with i18n topic names :-/

I'm tempted to simply do something like this:

Index: lib/TWiki/Client.pm
===================================================================
--- lib/TWiki/Client.pm (revision 10385)
+++ lib/TWiki/Client.pm (working copy)
@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@
     # is this a logout?
     if( $query && $query->param( 'logout' ) ) {
         _trace($this, "User is logging out");
-        my $origurl = $query->url().$query->path_info();
+        my $origurl = $ENV{HTTP_REFERER} || $query->url().$query->path_info();
         $this->redirectCgiQuery( $query, $origurl );
         $authUser = undef;
     }
Index: lib/TWiki/Client/TemplateLogin.pm
===================================================================
--- lib/TWiki/Client/TemplateLogin.pm   (revision 10385)
+++ lib/TWiki/Client/TemplateLogin.pm   (working copy)
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
     unless( $twiki->inContext( 'authenticated' )) {
         my $query = $twiki->{cgiQuery};
         # SMELL CGI::url drops the anchor. Report as bug against CGI::?
-        $query->param( origurl => $query->url( -path => 1, -query => 1 ));
+        $query->param( origurl => $ENV{REQUEST_URI} );
         $this->login( $query, $twiki );
         return 1;
     }
@@ -71,8 +71,7 @@
     my $web = $twiki->{webName};
     my $query = $twiki->{cgiQuery};
     return $twiki->getScriptUrl( 0, 'login', $web, $topic,
-                                 origurl => $query->url( -path => 1,
-                                                         -query => 1 ), @_ );
+                                 origurl => $ENV{REQUEST_URI} );
 }

 =pod

It works as supposed to in both scenarios. Firewalled browsers getting their referrers stripped are out of luck with i18n-topic names with this one on logout - but until $query is properly fixed I believe it will work OK(?).

-- SP

Committed above workaround to TWiki4, DEVELOP should be updated with fix for Item2381.

-- SP

Merged workaround to DEVELOP; it seems CGI.pm is not I18N compatible when it comes to this.

-- SP

Item2525 might be related to this item (another issue with web/topic names "doubled up").

-- SP

ItemTemplate
Summary Logins / logouts with template login does not work with I18N topic names
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.SteffenPoulsen
Codebase 4.0.1, ~twiki4, ~develop
SVN Range Sun, 28 May 2006 build 10378
AppliesTo Engine
Component

Priority Urgent
CurrentState Closed
WaitingFor

Checkins 10383 10384 10385 10386 10464
TargetRelease patch
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Topic revision: r18 - 2006-06-22 - SteffenPoulsen
 
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