Cannot Parse Cookie Header Invalid
Colin Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Forum List Topic List New Topic Search Register User List Log In Enable email notification | Enable multi-page view Please log in before In that case, I would consider it a Rails bug, since, you know, that's an implementation detail Rails should not rely on (it should rather use Rack::Request#cookies). However, in rack/backports/uri/common.rb method decode_www_form_component it will raise the ArgumentError because it does not recognize the form %uXXXX where XXXX is the hex unicode value. Try clearing the cookies in your browser and try again. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-parse/cannot-parse-cookie-header-invalid-encoding.html
You should clean up the browser cookies and then it's OK. rails now show much saner exception: "ArgumentError: invalid %-encoding (%)" still, without disabling rails backtrace silencer, it's hard to guess, where it comes from. This behavior is not specified by any RFC and has been rejected by the W3C.
Try clearing the cookies in your browser and try again.Colin--You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Ruby on Rails: Talk" group.To post to this group, send On the other hand, one could argue that http servers such as rack SHOULD be tolerant about what is acceptable input. They fixed it, and now it works fine for me. FYI.
Official Rack repositories member rkh commented Aug 23, 2011 Could you try running your Rails setup (where the issue surfaced) against Rack master? Rack receives the request and tries to parse the query, utilizing the Ruby URI module: def self.decode_www_form_component(str, enc=Encoding::UTF_8) if TBLDECWWWCOMP_.empty? How to react? any ideas?
atd commented Nov 14, 2011 We are experiencing the same problem with google analytics and UTF-8 encoding. Unfortunatelly, that solution does not work for us, as the encoded "problem values" are related to utf-8 encoded personal names, and do not follow a pattern codesnik commented Nov 30, 2011 Existing account User name or e-mail address Password Always use SSL (experimental!) NEW: Do you have a Google/GoogleMail, Yahoo or Facebook account? In short, the emergency came up after an email marketing campaign was sent out in the morning, and resulted in server (HTTP 500 Status Code) errors for every customer that clicked
share|improve this answer answered Apr 16 '14 at 7:14 lzap 8,23274172 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Upon initial investigation, the issue appeared to be triggered from any Google campaign variable that contained a '%' character.After follow-up investigation today, the more complete story looks like this:Email blast sent We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. I don't understand the mechanism for which Google Analytics tracking variables are added to the URL, and if this process can be cleaned up to ensure proper URL encoding.
You signed in with another tab or window. have a peek at these guys Clearing CD cache in code from the CM Real numbers which are writable as a differences of two transcendental numbers This is my pillow What is with the speech audience? Should rack support this syntax or it is an analytics issue? Registration is free and takes only a minute.
This is a valid encoding for the Chinese character 中. Mi cuentaBúsquedaMapsYouTubePlayNoticiasGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TraductorFotosMásShoppingDocumentosLibrosBloggerContactosHangoutsAún más de GoogleIniciar sesiónCampos ocultosBuscar grupos o mensajes Grokbase › Groups › Ruby on Rails › rubyonrails-talk › April 2012 FAQ Badges Users Groups [Rails] cannot parse Cookie header: After I have installed 2.0 and with the right configuration, I restart the redmine-2.0.and when I open the http://localhost:3000 then an error occured. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-parse/cannot-parse-cookie-header-invalid-encoding-mp.html Also available in: Atom PDF Loading...
Status:RejectedPriority:NormalAssigned To:-Category:InternationalizationTarget version:- Difficulty: Bugzilla link: Found in release: Pull request: Story points-Velocity based estimate- Description Steps to reproduce: 1) Setup your first preferred language to unsupported one (e.g. Arduino Uno has 2 crystal? Official Rack repositories member rkh commented Aug 23, 2011 Sorry, understood your issue now.
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At the moment, I'm not able to reproduce this issue in development mode, which makes it difficult to troubleshoot on my development instance. See full documentation in the RequestHeader directive section here: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_headers.html atd commented Nov 30, 2011 Thank you Cailin! Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 151 Star 2,928 Fork 1,118 rack/rack Code Issues 77 Pull requests 76 Projects To do this: Enable the headers module (sudo a2enmode) Add the following to the your Apache config RequestHeader edit Cookie "You've%20Got%20%%BALANCE%%!%20" "BALANCE" or, more generically RequestHeader edit Cookie "problem_value" "new_value" The
How do fonts work in LaTeX? Notice the insert_before at the end. History #1 Updated by Dominic Cleal over 2 years ago Category set to Internationalization #2 Updated by Lukas Zapletal over 2 years ago After some investigation, it looks like something stored this content lawrencepit commented Nov 9, 2011 I think this is a bug in rack for sure.
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We are working to make sure all content is available in %u010De%u0161tina, but in order to display the page we have switched your language to English.\",\"hello\":\"Hello,\",\"description_placeholder\":\"Enter a description\"}" This bug appears But I don't know if they're "/g" try something along the lines: RequestHeader edit Cookie "%u(..)(..)" "%\1%\2" (I'm not sure about syntax, either) This was referenced Apr 27, 2012 Closed handle though, error's raised from the same code that parses URI-s, so it could be not that straighforward to do. this way you won't need to modify the rack gem.https://gist.github.com/2049542 September 9, 2012 at 9:57:00 PM EDT Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Archive ►
Pl/Perl multiplicity issues with PostgreSQL - the ... I've patched rails HEAD's actionpack.gemspec for using rack version 1.4.0. I also encountered the same mistake and with your help and this other post, I was able to make a nice and clean way to filter the cookies. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up ArgumentError (cannot parse Cookie header: invalid %-encoding (Req%201008%20- up vote 3 down vote favorite In my rails app, when I am using
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then probably using plain ArgumentError isn't specific enough. Qiita投稿RailsRails で "cannot parse Cookie header: invalid %-encoding" に対処するRails7682Ruby11822rack71kei_sが2013/01/07に投稿(2013/01/07に編集)編集履歴(4)問題がある投稿を報告する×問題がある投稿を報告するこの投稿にどのような問題がありますか？ スパムです 攻撃的または迷惑な内容を含んでいます 不適切な内容を含んでいます 送信9ストック1コメントストックストック済み解除 この記事は最終更新日から1年以上が経過しています。 tl;dr Rails で "cannot parse Cookie header: invalid %-encoding" ってエラーが頻発したら、 morenocarullo/rack-cleancookies を使って不正な cookie を無視するようにすると解決します。 試してみよう おもむろにブラウザであなたの Rails We are working to make sure all content is available in %u010De%u016 1tina%2C but in order to display the page we have switched your language to English.%22% 2C%22hello%22%3A%22Hello%2C%22%2C%22description_placeholder%22%3A%22Enter a description%22%7D)) I Make web application changes to ignore or handle the ArgumentError.