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From "Robin Green" <gree...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Protecting Binary Files
Date Thu, 21 Dec 2000 14:32:20 GMT
Personally, I used a servlet for a similar task. There is little to no 
advantage in using Cocoon for that anyway.

"Matthew Smith" <msmith@windebt.com> wrote:
>	I'm currently using Cocoon to authorize users, with the same type of 
>method
>as in the contributed auth taglib, validating on a database and then
>defining an authorized session.  I'd like to use this same method to 
>protect
>binary files.  Can I do this through Cocoon?
>	I did this with PHP by making the file request a parameter to a script.
>The script would send an http header type for binary files and then another
>to sudgest the proper filename to the client, and then send the actual file
>as output instead of any html.  Can I do something similair with Cocoon, or
>atleast with JSP?
>
>Thanks,
>Matt
>
>
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