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Does anyone know what could be causing the following? After edit and save of an %ACTION%, part of the containing topic's content is deleted.

This only seems to happen when the topic includes certain non alpha-numeric text such as another %ACTION% or %ACTIONSEARCH% or a verbatim tag or quote characters. It also seems that all the containing topic's content past the non alphanum chars is deleted.


TWiki version: TWikiRelease04x00x00
TWiki plugins: DefaultPlugin, EmptyPlugin, InterwikiPlugin SpreadSheetPlugin ActionTrackerPlugin CommentPlugin EditTablePlugin InterwikiPlugin PreferencesPlugin SlideShowPlugin SmiliesPlugin TablePlugin WysiwygPlugin
Server OS: RedHat EL 4, kernel 2.4.21-32
Web server: Apache 2.0.46-56
Perl version: 5.8.0
Client OS: WinXP
Web Browser: firefox and IE 6.0.2900
Categories: Plugins

-- RickStokoe - 03 Nov 2006


ALERT! If you answer a question - or someone answered one of your questions - please remember to edit the page and set the status to answered. The status selector is below the edit box.

discussion clipped; several other users reported the same symptom


Got it! I just CPAN'd the latest CGI.pm and the problem went away! The tip-off was the solution to the LocalSite.cfg NameFilter issue (BugInConfigFile). You better put that one someplace and make sure it gets some publicity.

-- JoshuaTharp - 26 Jan 2007

Thanks Joshua; what rev of CGI did you have before? I use CGI 3.17. If have found in the past that 2.93 had problems, but that's the only known bad...

(I added this question to the FAQ)

-- CrawfordCurrie - 03 Feb 2007

Our CGI.pm is version 3.00.

-- RickStokoe - 13 Feb 2007

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