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From rpor...@saguaro.ro
Subject RE: [HttpClient] How to use HttpClient with Form-based Authentication?
Date Tue, 07 Sep 2004 13:50:24 GMT
Thank for help, sadly is not enogh.
I want to upload several files using MultipartPostMethod, the problem is 
I'm redirected from the upload servlet back to the login form page.
Basicaly I want my client to authorize itself and than go the 
UploadServlet to send the file to it.


Here is my addition(BOLDED) to the FormLoginDemo.java file. 


            ...

 
        if ((statuscode == HttpStatus.SC_MOVED_TEMPORARILY) ||
            (statuscode == HttpStatus.SC_MOVED_PERMANENTLY) ||
            (statuscode == HttpStatus.SC_SEE_OTHER) ||
            (statuscode == HttpStatus.SC_TEMPORARY_REDIRECT)) {
            Header header = authpost.getResponseHeader("location");
            if (header != null) {
                String newuri = header.getValue();
                if ((newuri == null) || (newuri.equals(""))) {
                    newuri = "/";
                }
                System.out.println("Redirect target: " + newuri); 
                GetMethod redirect = new GetMethod(newuri);

                client.executeMethod(redirect);
                System.out.println("Redirect: " + 
redirect.getStatusLine().toString()); 
                // release any connection resources used by the method
                redirect.releaseConnection();
 


                File file=new File("c:\\Books\\<my file>");
                    MultipartPostMethod mPost = new MultipartPostMethod(
"http://localhost/MyApp/UploadServlet"); 
                    mPost.addParameter(file.getName(),file); 
                    mPost.setFollowRedirects(true);

                    client.executeMethod(mPost);
                    System.out.println("Post status: " + 
mPost.getStatusLine().toString()); 
                    mPost.releaseConnection();


 
            } else {
                System.out.println("Invalid redirect");
                System.exit(1);
            }
        }
           ......... 



And here are the logs for multipart request part:



2004/09/07 16:46:14:922 EEST [INFO] HttpMethodDirector - Redirect 
requested but followRedirects is disabledLogin form post: HTTP/1.1 302 
Found

Logon cookies:
- JSESSIONID=0000SdkoAaLYJd1wXxn-19q17Fe:-1
Redirect target: http://localhost:9080/InfoprintJobTicketer/login.html
2004/09/07 16:46:14:922 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Resorting to 
protocol version default close connection policy
2004/09/07 16:46:14:922 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Should NOT close 
connection, using HTTP/1.1
2004/09/07 16:46:14:922 EEST [DEBUG] HttpConnection - Releasing connection 
back to connection manager.
Redirect: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
2004/09/07 16:46:14:922 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Adding Host request 
header
2004/09/07 16:46:14:938 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Resorting to 
protocol version default close connection policy
2004/09/07 16:46:14:938 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Should NOT close 
connection, using HTTP/1.1
2004/09/07 16:46:14:938 EEST [DEBUG] HttpConnection - Releasing connection 
back to connection manager.
2004/09/07 16:46:14:953 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Adding Host request 
header
2004/09/07 16:46:16:250 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodDirector - Redirect 
required
2004/09/07 16:46:16:250 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodDirector - Redirect 
requested to location 
'http://localhost:9080/InfoprintJobTicketer/login.html'
2004/09/07 16:46:16:250 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodDirector - Redirecting from 
'http://localhost/MyApp/UploadServlet' to 'http://localhost/MyApp/
login.html
2004/09/07 16:46:16:250 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodDirector - Execute redirect 
1 of 100
2004/09/07 16:46:16:250 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Resorting to 
protocol version default close connection policy
2004/09/07 16:46:16:250 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Should NOT close 
connection, using HTTP/1.1
2004/09/07 16:46:16:250 EEST [DEBUG] HttpConnection - Connection is 
locked.  Call to releaseConnection() ignored.
2004/09/07 16:46:16:266 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Adding Host request 
header
2004/09/07 16:46:17:109 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Resorting to 
protocol version default close connection policy
2004/09/07 16:46:17:109 EEST [DEBUG] HttpMethodBase - Should NOT close 
connection, using HTTP/1.1
2004/09/07 16:46:17:109 EEST [DEBUG] HttpConnection - Releasing connection 
back to connection manager.
Post status: HTTP/1.1 200 OK





olegk@bluewin.ch 
09/07/2004 03:57 PM
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Hope this one will do

http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/jakarta-commons/httpclient/src/examples/FormLoginDemo.java?view=markup


Oleg

>-- Original Message --
>Reply-To: "Jakarta Commons Users List" <commons-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>To: commons-user@jakarta.apache.org
>Subject: [HttpClient] How to use HttpClient with Form-based 
Authentication?
>From: rportan@saguaro.ro
>Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 15:50:02 +0300
>
>
>Hi,
>
>Can HttpClient be used with  Form-based Authentication?
>If yes can I have a code example?
>Thank you


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