A user agent of Java/[version] is the default UA when making any web requests through the Java programming language.
In other words, someone has written a spider-like program in Java, which is clearly parsing links incorrectly.
As Dave suggested in the comments, the requests could be coming from another site - check the referring URL in your weblogs.
The user agent belongs to Apache HTTPComponents, which is a Java library that handles HTTP request. For example: It could be an Android app that is using the library to send POST requests to your login script. The UNAVAILABLE part is typically where the version number is located. As far as I know, this user agent is used as the default user agent for ...
I have given one hyperlink on webpage to access this file.
When you provide the local path to a file in your webpages, as covered here, you're making the assumption that the file exists on the client's computer or device, not on your server.
Instead of using a local file path in your hyperlink like:
Particularly on windows there are some nasty looking warnings about running installer exe's. These can be made much less scary by signing your code release. We make sql charting software, with our setup.exe you only get this one warning:
Notice where it says publisher, this means the user gets less warnings and seems safer. I say seems as the only ...
Simple answer. You are going to have nothing but trouble with a file name of setup.exe. In fact, any file with the .exe extension is going to ruin your day. The good news is, I am pretty sure your not a hacker! (humor) Use WinZip or some other compression file application and create a .zip file with your install in it. Have your users download the .zip file ...
Google app engine has documentation for static files. Treat your googleXXXXXXXXXXXX.html verification file as a static file:
By default, all files in the WAR are treated as both static files and resource files, except for JSP files
So just put that file into the root of your war file.
If for some reason you have configured HTML to be non-static, the ...
It's called a "drive by" or "drive by download". From Wikipedia:
Drive-by download means two things, each concerning the unintended
download of computer software from the Internet:
Downloads which a person authorized but without understanding the consequences (e.g. 2. downloads which install an unknown or
counterfeit executable program, ...
Sitecore seems to be built on .NET platform, so depending on how you want to integrate it, you might need to create some custom portlets that use remote APIs. You could build a app (with .NET or Java) that uses Sitecore apis to synchronize content. I'm not very smart in this area, but you can use SiteCore as CMS for Java based apps.
I'm not sure why this is happening to you. When I go to https://play.dhis2.org/demo and try to create an organisation unit group, it shows me:
I wonder if you have valid root organisation unit on your account. Try going to users, edit your user account, and make sure a root organisation unit is selected for your account.
JBoss does support rewrite rules which can be used to support this. From the documentation, you would first have to add this configuration in the server.xml file:
<Valve className="org.jboss.web.rewrite.RewriteValve" />
Then you would have to create a rewrite.properties file with something like this:
RewriteRule ^/$ /web/app?environment=UAT [L]
We are a software developer and we had the same issue. Our products are packaged as installer EXEs and then hosted on our site. All our EXEs are digitally signed by our code-signing certificate issued by Thawte CA. Our website has been registered with GoogleWebmasterTools (GWT) since 2011.
Initially we had our hosted our EXEs and they were being downloaded ...
Could be several reasons but more than likely that the file has not been scanned by Google. This a commonly asked question on several media sites and below is a snippet from a similar question being asked on Stack Overflow.
I had exactly this problem with an exe file that is downloadable from my web site. Whenever I tried to download the file using ...
if you google for "best java framework" and "best php framework" you'll find lots of sites and blogs that give very helpful and detailed opinions to the topic.
You'll get no better answer here and no greater list. I really recommend you take the time and actually install and try one or two of each Java and PHP framework. Thats just two days of fun, ...
Before you decide to use Liferay be sure to check these points first:
have a decent look at the javadoc (there is not much more than author tags)
read the Liferay forums
pretty URL support and such things if you need it
do not trust ANY feature until you verified it is working as expected
have a look at the bug tracker, especially the older unfixed bugs and ...
We did a lot of this work, and found out a couple things:
Liferay is about the most feature rich of the portlet technologies. It does support flash/HTML5
Portlets in general are hard if you're trying to make a lot of them.
Liferay is one of the easiest to setup
Liferay is also one of the biggest and hungriest platforms.
Short of it is, if I had to use a ...
When a Tomcat 6 server is freshly started, or when a web app is dynamically loaded, the content is not accessible for a number of seconds.
I sometimes see this type of problem on my development server around the time when I am restarting the web app.