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    Default Documents Feature Messed up???

    I ran into a bit of a problem trying to set up the Shared Documents feature for a domain.
    In the Domain config, from the Administrator Web interface, I selected the Create Documents option (no I didn't have a wiki@domain user created yet).
    After realizing that the error I was getting "the password is too short" was caused by the wiki@domain user not existing.

    So I tried this assertion in another domain.
    First create wiki@domain
    Then create domain documents.
    It worked.

    So I went back to the first domain and created the wiki user.
    Then tried to create the documents. It created the documents but without any permissions. When I try to add permissions to this domains documents, and click Save the interface does nothing at all. No error, no indication that it's doing anything. If I select close, it prompts me if I want to save my changes. I select OK and again nothing.

    I'll assume that the first line of zmdumpenv is the version 20061031112815
    RHEL4 2.6.9-42.ELsmp

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by frogstarr78; 11-02-2006 at 09:18 PM.

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