|Title|TC.ACL.2.4.103.1
|Date|24-Jul-2007 16:37:20 EEST
|Version|2.4.103
|Submitter|M Misovec
|[Bug criticality]|MediumBug
|Browser version|IE 6
|[Bug status]|NewBug
|[PageProvider] used|VersioningFileProvider
|Servlet Container|Tomcat 6.x latest
|Operating System|Windows 2000 Pro
|URL|TC.ACL.2.4.103.1
|Java version|1.5.09

This test did not generate a java exception. The ACL did not block a user from editing a particular page. I deleted cookies and temp internet files to remove the application's previous session prior to test.

[http://www.jspwiki.org/wiki/TC.ACL.2.4.103.1]

The ACLs seemed to work on other pages.

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Are you the author of the Wikiblanc page that had the ACL I just removed? If
so, this is likely not a bug: the ACL was not correctly formed. It might help
if you were to post (on this page) the ACL you had written and the names of
the groups and/or users it is meant to effect so we can verify that the syntax
is correct? -- MurrayAltheim