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From Geoff Howard <coc...@leverageweb.com>
Subject Re: why do we have two http proxy generators?
Date Wed, 26 Mar 2003 19:54:18 GMT
At 02:37 PM 3/26/2003, Tony Collen wrote:
>Stefano Wrote:
>
> > > we currently have two of them: one in the trunk and another one in a
> > > block. Also, it seems that the one in the trunk is broken.
>
><snip/>
>
> > > I would like to move the proxy-related samples into the proxy block and
> > > also remove the one from the trunk.
> > >
> > > Anybody against this?
>
>Are you talking HttpProxyGenerator vs. WebServiceProxyGenerator?  If so,
>I'd like to double check to see if all of the functionality of the WSPG is
>in the HTTPPG before having the WSPG go away. The old WSPG would always
>GET a resource.  The WSPG's docs said you could use <map:parameter
>name="wsproxy-method" value="post"/> if you wanted the proxy to POST to
>the URL instead.  It didn't actually do that, so I added some stuff to the
>WSPG to allow POST.. it would be nice to not lose that functionality.

<snip/>

I think there were big changes coming to the WSPG from Hussayn Dabbous 
(dabbous@saxess.com).  He was working with a committer to add support for
proxying the existing session (for single sign-on).

Geoff Howard 


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