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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: cocoon url redirection using action?
Date Thu, 23 Oct 2003 22:32:02 GMT
AFAIK the request query string is not forwarded to the redirect. Using 
input modules allows you to access the complete query string. I don't 
know if this is possible in 2.0.3. You will have a get request then. 
Newer Cocoon versions provide proxy generators as you can read in 
different recent threads on this list.


On 23.10.2003 17:30, Tsui, Alban wrote:

> Hi 
> I want to do some redirection using
> 	<map:mathc pattern="gateway">
> 			<map:act type="xsp-action"
> src="system/gateway_action.xsp">
> 				<map:redirect-to
> uri="{gatewayredirectURL}"/>
> 			</map:act>
> 		</map:match>
> Assuming the redirect url is generated by my action as above, would it
> automatically redirect all the queryparameters (POSTed) along to the
> redirect url?
> Or do I need to do something special in the action codes to pass along the
> posted query parameters?
> What I have in mind is that I have a url like:
>   cocoon/gateway
> and a form is posted to this url and then from my action, it would examine
> some parameters and then redirect the posted form to another url for further
> processing by keeping all the request parameters orginally posted to
> cocoon/gateway.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thanks.
> Alban
> P.S. I am using cocoon 2.0.3 on tomcat.

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