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From giacomo <giac...@apache.org>
Subject RE: cvs commit: xml-cocoon/webapp/docs/samples/xsp cookie.xsp
Date Wed, 18 Apr 2001 16:13:42 GMT


On Wed, 18 Apr 2001, Colin Britton wrote:

> > I also cleaned up the environment by removing some of the
> > methods in the
> > Request und Response objects, mainly (--and please don't kill
> > me now--)
> > the sendRedirect method and some other methods for
> > manipulating the response
> > output. (For the first initial test, I only commented the
> > sendRedirect etc out...)
> >
>
> OK, so now you have removed it, I think it would be good for someone to
> show, document and provide examples of the *correct* way to do
> redirects. From the other Donald Ball's other email ([c2] problem with
> actions) it was clearly not intuative to him how to do it from an action
> - so the rest of us are in real trouble.
>
> I think that removing this without showing how people are meant to work
> is like chopping off someones legs.
>
> A good scenario to make clear the usage for xsp would be for a user
> login, lets say we have a form which checks a user name and password in
> a database, this form is processed by an xsp (I know you could do it in
> actions but a lot of people do this in XSP with C1). The result is is
> the person is allowed in they get redirected to welcome.xsp or if false
> get redirected to login_failed.xsp. You may have a better example in
> which case great.

Have you seen the "protected" samples that comes with C2 ?

Giacomo


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