Bugs during upgrade with Apache Directives

Discussion in 'General' started by letic, May 21, 2007.

  1. letic

    letic New Member

    Hey Falko and Till,

    Just wanted to notify you of a bug I just realised. I'm not sure if you're using the sourceforge bug tracker but if you want me to fill it in there as well I will.

    We had a recurrent bug on our websites that I thought fixed and I realised that it was occurring only after upgrading ISPConfig.

    Basically during the upgrade it removes the backslash "\" characters from the Apache Directives in the DB for example the following URL Rewriting rule :
    RewriteRule ^/(.*/)*(.*)/rechercher-(.*)\|(.*)?.html$ /search.php?idcat=${categorymap:$2}&keyword=$3&dnatrs=$4 [L,NS]
    will be changed to
    RewriteRule ^/(.*/)*(.*)/rechercher-(.*)|(.*)?.html$ /search.php?idcat=${categorymap:$2}&keyword=$3&dnatrs=$4 [L,NS]
    As backslash is a special escaping characters is several languages including PHP in MySQL I'm not surprised that it's removed during the DB upgrade.

    Anyway let me know if I can provide you more information :)

    Thanks for your great work
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Thanks for reporting this. I will put it in the bugtracker on ISPConfig org as we do not use the bugtracker from sourceforge.
  3. letic

    letic New Member

    No worries till :) !

    Is the bug tracker publicly available ? I couldn't find a link to it.

    Don't hesitate if you need more info.

  4. the_spy

    the_spy New Member

  5. letic

    letic New Member

    ISPConfig 2.2.14 is available for download.
    Detailed Changelog
    - Bugfix: Fixed a bug where backslashes were removed from the Apache Directives field.
    Thanks a lot Falko and Till. I upgraded my system and the fix is working !

    Cheers :)

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