Just a note for myself for the NEXT time this happens.
If Confluence starts returning an error saying
"400 Bad Request - Request Header Or Cookie Too Large" then the cause is
that something has gotten borked with the cookie that the browser has for Confluence.
The fix is to delete the Confluence cookie (then log in again). Deleting cookies for
a specific site is surprisingly hard. For Chrome, here is the process:
- From the triple-dot menu near the right-top, select "Settings".
- Scroll to the bottom and select "Advanced".
- Search in the page for "Content settings" (and NOT for "cookies").
- Select "Content Settings".
- Then select "Cookies".
- Then select "See all cookies and site data".
- Now you have a list of sites and can delete cookie data for any site you like.
You might think they would make this easier.
Posted Mon 09 April 2018
Depending on Someone Else's Code
We had an interesting problem arise the other day, a problem about code dependency.
Our problem was in no way unique, so it seemed worthwhile to write out the problem
and our proposed solution.
The core of the problem is that we need …
Posted Sun 28 January 2018
REST Lambda Versioning
So, we want to build a "serverless" application on AWS. We have configured Amazon's "API
Gateway" to invoke Lambda functions when accessing certain URLs, and the lambda
functions access back-ends like DynamoDB. So far so good. But we don't want to be
breaking the application every time …
Posted Sun 02 July 2017
Question: When building RESTful APIs, do you know of any
standard patterns for handling long running API calls? Our decision
process may take as much as a couple of minutes.
My Answer: I know of four possible approaches:
Long-running API call: In this approach, you just build an …
Posted Thu 20 April 2017
COBOL in a Bank
Question: I hearing about COBOL being used in banks quite often
but all my friends who actually working there say Java and Oracle and
all related job adverts I have seen so far were Java or C++. Could
someone please provide some relevant facts?
My Answer …
Posted Mon 30 January 2017