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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36872] - Internal pipelines eat HTTP headers without warning
Date Mon, 10 Oct 2005 08:57:24 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bdelacretaz@codeconsult.ch  2005-10-10 10:57 -------
We've discussed this with Vadim and Carsten at the GT, and came to the
conclusion that in most cases eating headers is the right thing to do in
internal pipelines (but this should be logged, which is not the case now).

For the few cases (and there are valid ones indeed) where headers must be set
from internal pipelines, the cleanest seems to be a customized SitemapSource,
which would be configurable to allow some or all headers to go through. Or
inherit from SitemapSource and create a different EnvironmentWrapper. 

This could be configured with a different protocol name,
"cocoon-wheaders:/someURL" or something.

I'll probably implement this eventually, unless someone beats me to it. But at
we least we know exactly what's happening - and my initial report about this
happening for mounted sitemaps as well was wrong, sorry about the noise.

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