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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [RT] Negative Matching Constructs && Mime Type Matching
Date Fri, 30 Nov 2001 18:18:33 GMT
Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> Berin Loritsch wrote:
>>The problem with the first two is that you are dealing with cear-text (or a base-64
>>representation of it)--not very secure.  Also you are limited to username/password.
>>We have very sophisticated session management tools at our disposal these days, and
>>it might be worth playing around with Cocoon based authentication modules--or possibly
>>even a wrapper around JAAS.
>>
>>The problem is now you need to be able to explicitly raise the "401 Unauthorized"
>>HTTP response if they get it wrong.  The current Sitemap topology CANNOT do this.
>>It can at best give you "404" and "500" automatically--but nothing more expressive.
>>
> 
> I see. Sounds very powerful and elegant.
> 
> But what about <map:throw error="404"> instead? "generate-error"
> conflicts semantically with the generators.



Actually, that seems a bit better.  It is more in line with the concept of throwing
an exception.

<map:throw error="404"/> +1


>>Actually that is exactly what I was proposing :)
>>
>>It should probably live in Excalibur--which is getting quite big.  We might
>>have to investigate breaking it into smaller swords as a packaging option ;p.
>>
> 
> Sounds great to me. Are you volunteering? ;-)


The time, the time!

Seriously, I can do it as it is a fairly trivial component.  Question, do you
want a run-time system to be able to dynamically add mime-types to the system?





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