HTTP code 404 should be returned when client requests non-existent log entry
When the user attempts to view a log entry that doesn't exist, for instance:
the resulting page should be sent with HTTP code 404 (Not Found). Currently it is sent with code 200 (OK). This allows browsers and scripts to act appropriately without fragile parsing of the page itself.
(Compare with the behavior of requesting a non-existent article from the New York Times, i.e. http://www.nytimes.com/nothinghere)
- Tracker changed from Bug to Support
this is NOT a bug; this message was actually purposely implemented in the new version to handle this instead of a screen crash dump.
We will see about your request. Thanks
- Assignee set to Margherita Vittone Wiersma
I will change the code; i think i replied too quickly thinking you were referring the look of the page.
This might be fixed in next release though.
- Status changed from New to Resolved
i fixed the code. Please let me know.
It works! Thanks.
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