Last modified: 2006-08-22 02:25:47 UTC
(or any wiki url ending with action=raw, the given url was for
example purpose only)
I had a problem recently. Accesing a page with "action=raw". No
problem with Opera but impossible with IE6+SP (403 error). I tryed
: "Forbidden, Raw pages must be accessed through the primary
script entry point" (IE only).
Note: the "from" page was a wiki page and it's for a usefull
template. I would like to understand the difference between Opera
and IE for wiki, and how to obtain the raw text under IE...
(purpose of the raw action)
I also tryed with a ctype=text/css but no effect.
An fr:admin told me to declare it as a new bug. Here it is...
It's possible to open using the unrewritten URL:
whou... thank you
isn't it still a kind of a bug ?
(why this difference ?)
IE has severe security problems. action=raw is restricted when IE is
detected for safety reasons; you must use the canonical URL form (with
(and so what new ?
it's a know IE fact...)
and in fact it still does not work : no more 403 error but
IE said it can not find the page... (not available)
http://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Accueil&action=raw works for me.
not for me : IE says there was no answer or it's not accessible and to
try again later