bug #7563

Updated by Andreas Kohlbecker about 1 year ago

requests like

are rejected by apache with a http 404 code. This blocks from resolving http identifiers like

By default apache does not allow %2F for / and %5C for \ in URLs:


The AllowEncodedSlashes-Direktive for apache can be set in the server configuration and also in vhost configurations:

# NOTE: AllowEncodedSlashes is off per default to prevent possible security vulnerabilities.
# To allow the cdmserver resolving http identifiers via HTTP GET requests it is required to
# allow encoded slashes. See
AllowEncodedSlashes On

The edit servers and documentation needs to be adapted:

1. edit-test: /etc/apache2/sites-available/default - DONE
1. edit-community: /etc/apache2/sites-available/siteconf - DONE
1. edit-jobber:
1. edit-integration:
1. edit-demo1:
1. edit-demo2:
1. add to cdmserver installation documentation


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