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EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another account

Hi there.

We are getting this error on Webacess 2012 SP2 when proxying into another account.
Here are the versions of agents:
novell-groupwise-webaccess-12.0.2-108211
novell-groupwise-gwha-12.0.2-108211
novell-groupwise-gwdva-12.0.2-108211
novell-groupwise-agents-12.0.2-108211

Can't find any logic on this error because we have users using diferent browsers without error and users using same browser with error.

This is reported as bug fixed in GW2012 SP2 as BUG 770879 but we are on latests version and getting the error.

Any idea on this?
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Re: EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another acco

Hi,

Are you using anything like Access Manager?

Are you using browsers in a language other than English?

Who told you that Bug 770879 is resolved?

Let us know.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another acco

laurabuckley;2296211 wrote:
Hi,

Are you using anything like Access Manager?

Are you using browsers in a language other than English?

Who told you that Bug 770879 is resolved?

Let us know.

Cheers,



Thank you for the reply.

It came to our attention that the error only occurred in Portuguese browsers (we use english and portuguese).

In fact, nobody told me that Bug 770879 is resolved, i just saw it in a Bug Fix List https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise2012/gw2012_bug_fix_list/gw2012sp2_bugfixlist.html

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Re: EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another acco

Hi,

Unfortunately this bug is still prevalent in non-English browsers. Novell are still working on resolving it.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another acco

Hi!,

Has there been any progress to resolve this bug? We are seeing this too in our production environment when users try to use proxy access within webaccess using a non-english webbrowser.
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Re: EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another account

On 27/03/2014 09:46, jeffry wrote:

> Has there been any progress to resolve this bug? We are seeing this too
> in our production environment when users try to use proxy access within
> webaccess using a non-english webbrowser.


Are you using Access Manager? If so then I'm afraid this bug is still an
issue.

If you're not using Access Manager then it's believed resolved,
certainly with latest code.

HTH.
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Simon
Novell Knowledge Partner

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Re: EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another acco

Hi Simon,

Sorry for not following up on this sooner and thanks for your response.

We are not using NAM but do indeed use a custom implementation of SSO that at the lowest level with a tomcat filter does a formfill authentication similar to NAM. We will contact Novell about our problems and see if we can contribute to a fix.
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Re: EA10 Missing session string - Proxying into another acco

Hi,

Thanks for coming back to us. Please do let us know how it goes and if you are able to resolve your issue.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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