1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 15, 2009 2:32 AM by Esmond Pitt

    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: page parameter may not be multi-valued

    Esmond Pitt Newbie

      See this thread in the old forums.


      I don't think the answer given there is correct. We have several pages with params defined and links to those pages with f:params defined and it all works OK unless a parameter value contains a /, which appears as %2f in the actual URL of course. Somehow that causes not just that parameter but all parameters, or possibly the first parameter, to be treated as multi-valued.


      I am wondering whether the true explanation isn't this thread about incorrect ordering of conversion and validation.


      In this particular case I'm wondering whether the / and %2f are being seen as different because of the incorrect ordering referred to there.


      TIA


      EJP