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When the last filter in the chain calls AtmosphereFilterChain.doFilter, a ServletException is thrown with "No Servlet Defined". If you look at https://github.com/papegaaij/wicket-atmosphere-quickstart , the AtmosphereServlet is mapped to /app and delegates to WicketFilter. Opening /foobar will give a 404, while opening /app/foobar gives a 500. This second url, which is not processed by the WicketFilter, should delegate to the same DefaultServlet and also give a 404.
Salut, not sure it is a bug but agree Atmosphere could do better. Working on it.
Fix for #595 AtmosphereServlet does not delegate to the default servl…
…et if no filter matches
I don't quite think this is a valid solution to the original issue. It appears that filter-only based applications (like apache wicket) do not initialize at all, as there is no servlet declared in web.xml (or otherwise in the webapp), In fact it is WicketFilter's chore to delegate to default servlet if it is not slated for servicing the request for the particular resource.
@drzewo Can you elaborate? Are you saying installing a filter without with Atmosphere doesn't work?
Just go grab emond's quickstart app, update atmosphere dependency to 1.0.1 and deploy. It won't even initialize properly, while atmosphere 1.0.0 works pretty nice. Although it fails on delegating request processing to default servlet: Wicket filter performs chain.doFilter(request,response) whenever request for some e.g. static resource should be processed by some other entity, most probably DefaultServlet. ATM, I can't think of anything that mimics this behaviour to be performed in AtmosphereFilterChain.doFilter().
This buh has been fixed (broken in 1.0.1) and will be available with 1.0.2.
I'm testing custom error pages for https://github.com/papegaaij/wicket-atmosphere-quickstart application. I modified quickstart application for this purpose and error pages are configured in web.xml like this:
and error page is mounted as:
I'm supposed to get my Error404 page when url is /app/foobar or /foobar . Am I missing something?
oops my tags are disappeared from my post, anyways error pages are confiured by using error-page main tag followed by error-code and error-location.
Salut, can you share a test case?
Yahoo, it works with wicket 6.2.0 and atmosphere 1.0.2 :)
But doesn't work with Wicket 6.6.0 and atmosphere 1.0.8. :-(
Same as above.
@Floaz Try with 1.0.12...