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From James Burton <strangega...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Serializers sending Headers?
Date Wed, 27 Feb 2002 14:16:58 GMT
But... but... I see in the ResourceReader that it
sends headers, for example:

 response.setHeader("Accept-Ranges", "bytes");

If a Reader can send a header, why not a Serializer?

Thanks,
James

--- Koen Pellegrims <koen.pellegrims@pandora.be>
wrote:
> Cocoon in general and serializers specifically are
> not limited to the
> HTTP-protocol...
> What will you do if your serializer is used when
> Cocoon is called from the
> command-line?
> A serializer must serialize only content, and not
> mess with the transport
> layer...
> 
> K.
> 
> On Wed, 27 Feb 2002, James Burton wrote:
> 
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I'm coding a custom serializer now, and I am
> wondering
> > if I am allowed to send an arbitrary HTTP header
> from
> > the serializer code?  In particular I'd like to
> send a
> > "Location: xxxx" header, but I may want to send
> > others.  I think I can accomplish this with these
> > lines:
> >
> >  Response response = (Response)
> >     objectModel.get(Constants.RESPONSE_OBJECT);
> >  response.setHeader("Some-Header", "value");
> >
> > But even if that works, is it "legal"?
> >
> > Thanks from Prague,
> > James Burton
> >
> >
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