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    Default JDBC forum inaccessible

    On the http://www.java-forums.org/forum.php page the JDBC forum shows 1006 threads including posts from today.

    When I hover over the link I see http://www.java-forums.org/jdbc, and when I click that link I am taken to a page that tells me "There are no posts in this forum." The breadcrumbs show "Forum --> Learn Java --> Java Example --> JDBC".

    Clicking on the most recent post *does* lead to the right place. Currently http://www.java-forums.org/jdbc/52791-loading-blob-data-database.html#post253098 shows the thread and displays the breadcrumbs "Forum --> Java API --> JDBC --> loading blob data in database". Clicking on "JDBC" in those breadcrumbs takes me to the same URL as before with the "no posts" message.

    (Chrome 16.0.912.63 m, if that matters)

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    Default Re: JDBC forum inaccessible

    It's affecting a number of forums, both Chrome and FF.

    Yesterday both Eranga and myself posted in this thread: Command-Line Arguments

    As you can see the thread is in the alternate universe of Learn Java Some rather wierd URL mangling is being done and moderators seem to be being redirected there without the option.

    [edit] The command line thread in question has now been moved into the "real" Eclipse forum. So if you follow that link you won't see anything unusual. But if you click on the "Eclipse" link in the breadcrumbs you will be transported to the empty "Learn Java" version.
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    Default Re: JDBC forum inaccessible

    Further to this... I find the following fora inaccessible from the main list using either a moderator or an ordinary user account:


    Java EE
    -------
    Struts
    Hibernate
    Spring
    GWT

    Java Mobile
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    Android


    Java API
    --------
    JDBC
    JPA
    XML

    Java Library
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    Apache Commons
    Apache POI
    Apache Velocity

    Java Tool
    ---------
    Apache Ant

    Java IDE
    --------
    Netbeans
    Eclipse
    IntelliJ IDEA

    It should be noted that these are the fora whose names are exactly the same as one in the "Learn Java" area.

    While some of these fora have recent posts none have recently created threads.

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    If anybody *can* access them could you please post here as it suggests my settings are screwed up in some way. But I am less and less thinking that as I see the same thing on multiple browsers with different accounts.

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    Default Re: JDBC forum inaccessible

    I found a way to fix them. I am fixing them now. Thanks for reporting.

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    Default Re: JDBC forum inaccessible

    Now, all fixed.

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    Default Re: JDBC forum inaccessible

    Excellent. Everything seems good now. Thanks.

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