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From "Carlin Rogers (JIRA)" <...@beehive.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (BEEHIVE-1037) The PageFlowRequestProcessor.processMapping() is not handling a default "unknown" action defined in the GlobalApp
Date Tue, 10 Jan 2006 16:38:20 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/BEEHIVE-1037?page=all ]

Carlin Rogers updated BEEHIVE-1037:
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    Attachment: j1037-repro.zip

Attaching a web app that can be used to reproduce and test this bug. Set the beehive.home
property correctly for the location of your beehive distribution build (apache-beehive-svn-snapshot)
in the build.properties file. Then run ant clean build war and deploy the war file. You can
directly hit the Jpf just to see the problem where the module config has not been registered.


http://localhost:8080/strutsMerge/strutsMerge/test1/Jpf1.jpf

To test the portal scenario described in the bug, hit the mock portal page in this app.

http://localhost:8080/strutsMerge/strutsMerge/test1/MockPortal.jsp

> The PageFlowRequestProcessor.processMapping() is not handling a default "unknown" action
defined in the GlobalApp
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: BEEHIVE-1037
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/BEEHIVE-1037
>      Project: Beehive
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: NetUI
>     Versions: 1.1
>     Reporter: Carlin Rogers
>     Assignee: Carlin Rogers
>      Fix For: 1.1
>  Attachments: j1037-repro.zip
>
> It seems that with svn revision 351812 (for http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/BEEHIVE-1017
) and svn revision 356056 (for http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/BEEHIVE-1024 ), the behavior
of PageFlowRequestProcessor.processMapping() has changed.
> The scenario that I'm investigating is for a portal that uses PageFlowUtils.strutsLookup().
> - A (deprecated) Global.app is included in the NetUI web app.
> - The Global.app has a struts merge with a struts module config file.
> - The struts module config file includes an action that has the "unknown" attribute (a
sort of default action).
> - The "unknown" action in the merged struts module config file is actually an action
implemented in the Global.app.
> Then a portlet renders a page flow that has a page with a link to a bogus action. Prior
to the two revisions above, when the request is made to the bogus action, processMapping()
calls doForward() to the Global.app URI and returns a null map. Then, strutsLookup() checks
that a redirect did not occur and tries recursive strutsLookup() on the return URI (the global.app).
In this second pass to processMapping() we find the action that is defined by the "unknown"
attribute that is then called to handle the bogus action.
> Now, with the revisions above, there are two things I've noticed.
> 1) First, when the initial page flow with the bogus action is rendered, the module config
of the Global.app is not added to the servlet context as it was in the past. With svn revision
351812, the FlowController.reinitialize() method (called during a create()) no longer calls
the initModuleConfig() method and in turn ensures that the Struts module for the given path
is registered as an attribute of the servlet context. When processMapping() gets the bogus
action, the check to see if a global app module config even exists fails. The call to InternalUtils.getModuleConfig()
for the GlobalApp module config will be null. We will fail and fall into a call to processUnresolvedAction().
> 2) Even if the Global.app module config was available from the context, I think there
is still a second issue. In svn revision 356056, processMapping() now checks that there is
a module config for the Global.app and checks that it has the desired action before falling
into processUnresolvedAction(). However, we don't check to see if Global.app has a default
"unknown" action to handle a bogus action.
> I will try to attach a MockPortal app to repro this. As pointed out to me, some sort
of API testing might be a better bet to catch something like this. Something to do for next
rev of NetUI.

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