|Title|No acess
|Date|19-Oct-2006 10:25:40 EEST
|Version|2.X
|Submitter|221.130.180.6
|[Bug criticality]|MediumBug
|Browser version|IE6
|[Bug status]|ClosedBug
|[PageProvider] used|
|Servlet Container|resin
|Operating System|win xp2 eng
|URL|http://192.168.16.214:8080/jspwiki/Login.jsp?redirect=Main
|Java version|1.4.2-08

Forbidden
Sorry, but you are not allowed to do that. 

Usually we block access to something because you do not have the correct privileges (e.g., read, edit, comment) for the page you are looking for. In this particular case, it is likely that you are not listed in the page’s access control list or that your privileges aren’t high enough (you want to edit, but ACL only allows ‘read’). 

It is also possible that JSPWiki cannot find its security policy, or that the policy is not configured correctly. Either of these cases would cause JSPWiki to block access, too. 

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Sorry, but we need more information.  Did you look [at the documentation|http://doc.jspwiki.org/2.4]?

-- JanneJalkanen

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Downgraded, not enough information.

-- JanneJalkanen, 30-Nov-2006

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Bug reporter does not supply the necessary diagnostic material, even after 5 months ==> closing bug.

--HarryMetske
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I got this "Forbidden" error after enabling container based authentication, as per WebContainerAuthenticationViaLDAP . After successfully logging in via LDAP, I can *never* access the Login.jsp page again (not unless I logout) without getting this error. Of course, why would I access Login.jsp when I'm already logged-in, you ask?  Unfortunately, whenever you succesfully login, the very first page you access is {{Login.jsp?redirect=''desiredPage''}}, where "desiredPage" is the page on which you clicked "login".  (This page is the only info I found on the error mentioned; I'm just looking for troubleshooting tips. I'm not sure if it's a config error on my behalf or a bug.) 

--MichaelNielsen
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