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I can't put more than 4 external links in the same wiki page

posts: 13 Spain

Hi everybody,

I would like to ask for help with this problem:
I’ve seen that if I put external links in a wiki page, with this code:

External link text

“http://agricultura.gencat.cat/web/.content/02-tramits/enllacos-documents/20296/a0277-do24.xlsx|External link text”


they work fine, but ........ I can only put four external links in the same page because if I put one more I get this error:

“No route found. Please see “>http://dev.tiki.org/URL+Rewriting+Revamp”__

Can someone give me a clue about what can happen?

Thank you very much and best regards

Santi Peralta


posts: 13 Spain

Hi,
Before begin de proces of reporting a bug, I have done the same test in a local installation with an Apache server (WAMP), so I punt a lot of external links in a wiki page, and everything works fine.
Therefore I should think that the problem is in my server on the internet or in the my tiki configuration, right?


posts: 1900
Yes, if you cannot reproduce it elsewhere it sounds likely like a local misconfiguration or typo in the syntax or something...
posts: 13 Spain

Hello
I have made a new installation, from the very begining, in the same webserver (even new database) and I still have the same problem: “No route found. Please see http://dev.tiki.org/URL+Rewriting+Revamp"

It gives me the message sometimes when I save some configuration or some wiki page.

For example:
I have a new wiki page with only three external links, and everything works fine, if I put one moe external link then when I save the page I get the error.

I have seen that the error is triggered by “route.php”, because “$noroute_url ” is empty.

Te code is:
.....
if $noroute_url {
// Fail
header(‘HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found’);
header(‘Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8’);

echo “No route found. Please see http://dev.tiki.org/URL+Rewriting+Revamp";
} else {
header(‘Location: ‘.$noroute_url);
}
......

I have chaged de name of _”htaccess” by ” .htaccess”

Some clue?

Thanks and best regards

Santi Peralta



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