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From Michael Engelhart <mengelh...@earthtrip.com>
Subject Re: Redirecting a Cocoon Request
Date Mon, 15 Jan 2001 16:59:37 GMT
You really should  do this from within Apache or whatever web server you're using and you don't
have to mess with it.  You can make certain directories inaccessible from http or https. 
  It's way out of the scope of this list though so check the dejanews or the documentation
for your web server.

Mike

On Monday, January 15, 2001, at 10:55 AM, Typrowicz, Jim wrote:

> I'm using Cocoon 1.8 with Java XML Producers on a web site that processes 
> sensitive information.  I have an HTTPS server.  I do not want to shutdown 
> HTTP access on my server because it processes other sites and other HTTP 
> pages.  However, if someone should access a sensitive page via HTTP, is 
> there an easy way in a Cocoon Producer to redirect HTTP requests to the same 
> page but use HTTPS?  I know how to do this in JSP and Servlets, but it 
> appears there is not an easy way to redirect or forward a request with 
> Cocoon, besides using XSP? 
>  

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