AW: When editing some pages the last changes havebeen lost
I have discovered the same issue and I think it is a caching problem. If you edit a page and the old content is displayed just click refresh button of your browser and the correct content will be displayed. On my installation this works. I think i saw a bug reported in JIRA regarding this problem. Solution would be to add some random number to the URL to make it always unique and therefore prohibit caching.
Von: Erwann Robin [mailto:[hidden email]]
Gesendet: Do 18.08.2005 15:06
An: [hidden email] Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] When editing some pages the last changes havebeen lost
Le jeudi 18 août 2005 à 12:21 +0200, Jorge Ferrer a écrit :
> I think this is it. I have changed the default language back to 'en'
> (instead of 'es') and now in the view I see the old page. So somehow
> on edit It always shows the content of the 'en' language but then
> saves it as 'es'. Trying to set the value of the 'language' parameter
> in the URL had no effect for me.
it is probably due to multi-lingual=no as you write later in your mail.
try to put it back to yes, unless you don't want multilingualism
Re: When editing some pages the last changes havebeen lost
Who was caching the page on your case?
We tried refreshing the page, deleting the browser cache, trying from
different computers, making sure there was no proxy, waiting for some
days or even restarting Tomcat and the old content was still being
shown when editing. So we discarded it was a cache issue.
Besides, as explained in other mail, when setting multi-lingual to
true it does not happen any more. Do you have a default language
different than english?