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RE: Re: Path must be an immediate child of the directory

From: Álvaro G. Vicario <alvaro_at_demogracia.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 03:03:15 -0700 (PDT)

> On 05.08.2009 15:02, Álvaro G. Vicario wrote:
> But as you might have noticed, there are not many (if any?) people
> experiencing the same issue.
> Can you reproduce the problem reliably or does it only happen sometimes
> (even when you repeat the very same steps again)?
> If it's not reliable, it might have something to do with your server
> version too, and/or with some 'security' app interfering with the
> network data sent/received from the server.

In the remote HTTPS server, when it happens, it happens every time I do the same steps.

I've tried to reproduce it locally ("file" scheme) so I could generate a small test case to share but I've been unable.

Well, at least I know the feature should work and I'm not doing anything wrong. I guess that's what happens when you work with those obsolete versions that sysadmins seem to love; it won't give me a headache ;-)


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