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 Pl/Perl multiplicity issues with PostgreSQL - the ... 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 thedaywefightback.org embeds a cookie with the same problem. weblink
Official Rack repositories member rkh commented Aug 23, 2011 Sorry, understood your issue now. That link goes to the email marketing company first for tracking, then is redirected to the website. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I think a fix is more likely needed on the Ruby and rack side to handle URL parameters with the '%' character, and to elegantly handle situations where the URI.decode_www_form_components method
eirc commented Jun 17, 2014 @mpapper here's one: https://gist.github.com/eirc/2049542 :) Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Replies (1) RE: redmine 2.0 error about cannot parse Cookie header - Added by Steven Wong over 4 years ago OK, I found a solution about it. Contact information - E-Mail: webmaster (at) ruby-forum (dot) com. Also available in: Atom PDF Loading...
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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. 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 Or is it really that env['rack.request.cookie_hash'] is nil? see it here Représenter 代表 પ્રતિનિધિત્વ 要求 Požádat అభ్యర్థించవచ్చు my app seems to be crashing with the following error: Started GET "/requests/1008" for 127.0.0.1 at 2012-10-22 18:00:47 +0530 ArgumentError (cannot parse Cookie header: invalid
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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? http://www.redmine.org/boards/2/topics/30714 Not the answer you're looking for? and about exception, I imagined something like class CookieEncodingError < ArgumentError, it would explain better what happened and easier to "rescue". Omniture analytics also faces this problem, at least in the version we're using for a client.
Make web application changes to ignore or handle the ArgumentError. have a peek at these guys We had to change something in our i18n code, something is apparently messing up my cookies and since I get random hostnames in beaker, it does this every request. Already have an account? the error information is [[email protected] redmine-2.0]# ruby script/rails server webrick -e production -p 4000 => Booting WEBrick => Rails 3.2.3 application starting in production on http://0.0.0.0:4000 => Call with -d to
Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Colin -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Ruby on Rails: Talk" group. Official Rack repositories member rkh commented Aug 23, 2011 Could you try running your Rails setup (where the issue surfaced) against Rack master?
Thanks, Dean. Customer sees server error page and is unhappy :( At the time of the emergency we tried solving the problem on multiple avenues:Investigated removal of Google Analytics tracking URLs from email Thanks, Felipe Report post Edit Move Delete topic Reply with quote Re: cannot parse Cookie header: invalid %-encoding (mp_<%) Colin Law (Guest) on 2012-04-27 11:16 On 25 April 2012 23:56, Felipe then probably using plain ArgumentError isn't specific enough.
The third edition of ECMA-262 still includes an escape(string) function that uses this syntax, but also an encodeURI(uri) function that converts to UTF-8 and percent-encodes each octet. does anyone have a monkey patch I could put into my rails (3.1.1X) server? Ultimately, I ended up added a begin/rescue statement to the rack code to skip escaping URLs where decode_www_form_component was raising an error:def unescape(s, encoding = Encoding::UTF_8) begin URI.decode_www_form_component(s, encoding) rescue Rails.logger.warn this content Forum List Topic List New Topic Search Register User List Log In Powered by RForum and Captchator.
what do you think? To unsubscribe from this group, send email to [email protected] I'd consider that a bug in their code. 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.
End Point SERVICES CLIENTS TEAM BLOG CONTACT OPEN SOURCE BIG BRAINS News Welcome to End Point's blog Ongoing observations by End Point people Cannot parse Cookie header in Ruby on Rails I've patched rails HEAD's actionpack.gemspec for using rack version 1.4.0. 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 ruby-on-rails ruby cookies encoding jruby share|improve this question asked Oct 22 '12 at 12:47 Dean M 162 Check out this issue at the Rack github repo: github.com/rack/rack/issues/337 Lots of