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From "William Clerico" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Saving and passing an initial QueryString parameter
Date Sun, 12 Oct 2008 21:09:29 GMT
Exactly.  The solution needs to understand the uniqueness between the 2
requests. Thanks!

On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 5:01 PM, André Warnier <> wrote:

> William Clerico wrote:
>> When my webapp is first invoked it may or may not have a QueryString
>> parameter included in the URL in order to provide some custom navigation
>> capabilities. The existing links in my webapp were created prior to this
>> new
>> feature and I do not want to modify every link in the webapp to include
>> the
>> new QS parameter.  Is there a way to have the webserver save the info and
>> append it to the future requests?
>> e.g.
>> initial request:
>> the existence of PORTAL_NAV in the QS tells the navigation components of
>> the
>> app that they need to be "portal sensitive" as opposed to "running
>> standalone".
>> the links embedded in the app do not include the PORTAL_NAV parameter, but
>> I
>> would like it to be implicitly included due to the initial request.
>> I've fooled around with cookies to make this work but its less than ideal
>> since the user could access the app with and without PORTAL_NAV from the
>> same browser.
>>  Just to make sure : are you saying that a user, with the same browser,
> could decide to acces your host either from within the portal, or else
> directly without going through the portal, and that in both cases the
> hostname would be the same ?
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Bill Clerico
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