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Thread: [2.0.2][CLOSED][NOT A BUG] FF 2.0.0.13 Portal example doesn't work

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    Default [2.0.2][CLOSED][NOT A BUG] FF 2.0.0.13 Portal example doesn't work

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    with WinXP,SP2, FF 2.0.0.13, the portal demo doesn't work. It only shows the west panel and the combo box to change the theme. The center part doen't appear, and in Firebug all is ok (without errors).

    with IE6.0.2900.2180 it works.

    Can someone check with previous versions of FF?
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    Using WinXP SP2 with FF2.0.0.13: No problems.

    The portal example uses a state manager with a cookie provider. Try if clearing your site cookies helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Condor View Post
    The portal example uses a state manager with a cookie provider. Try if clearing your site cookies helps.
    Arghhh...!!! You are right!!
    This makes me think about how the cookies are stored and why a cookie from another example can be used in the portal example...And I see that, by default, the path of the cookie is setted to slash '/', which makes that when using CookieProvider without additional parameters, then the state cookies are shared in all the site. This combined with no providing an explicit (if unique better) id on the components, can do this behaviour: to use a state cookie from another application/example .

    Now, I will not forget this!! (it seemed a X-File)
    Thanks!

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