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From Janne Jalkanen <>
Subject Re: Redirect in a FormHandler
Date Fri, 26 Jun 2009 06:53:33 GMT

I think it sounds like a valid idea; perhaps we should allow in 3.0 a  
plugin to throw a WikiException?

(Forms are one of the older components in JSPWiki, and frankly, I  
still don't quite understand how they work :-)


On 25 Jun 2009, at 20:13, Roland Whitehead wrote:

> We've tried throwing a RedirectException but a formhandler is  
> actually defined as a plugin and plugins will only throw  
> PluginExceptions. As RedirectExceptions are acutally WikiExceptions  
> (and thus on a different fork to pluginExceptions) it just won't  
> compile.
> We're going to have a crack at writing to the header of the page and  
> see what we can do. It seems very odd that the formplugin does not  
> allow you to redirect to a different page according to success or  
> failure - we rather think that this is one of the more obvious  
> things that it should do. Perhaps we shouldn't be building this  
> functionality into our handler but more into the formplugin. Does  
> anyone else have a view on this?
> Roland
> -- 
> QURU Ltd, London
> On 23 Jun 2009, at 21:51, Janne Jalkanen wrote:
>> Throwing a RedirectException does not work?
>> You could, of course, also use TemplateManager.requestResource() to  
>> write Javascript into the <head> directly.
>> /Janne
>> On 22 Jun 2009, at 20:48, Roland Whitehead wrote:
>>> We've done a some work on the FormMailer FormHandler and have  
>>> wrapped it into a jar file and generally tidied it up. We've been  
>>> asked to add a redirect on success (similar to the original  
>>> cgi). Has anyone done a redirect from within a  
>>> FormHandler? We've tried to trick it by outputting some javascript  
>>> to redirect the current browser window to a new relative URL but  
>>> this doesn't work - the javascript isn't even rendered. Any  
>>> suggestions?
>>> Roland
>>> -- 
>>> QURU Ltd, London

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