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From "Chanoch" <>
Subject RE: Going to other context and/or server in 1.1
Date Fri, 18 Oct 2002 15:53:37 GMT
Shouldn't you look for https: as well as a possible likely request? I've
seen several occurances where a special domain is setup for secure stuff
- e.g. -> which switches to https: in
the process.

Also, ftp:// would defeinitely need to be in there.



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-----Original Message-----
From: Eddie Bush [] 
Sent: 18 October 2002 16:37
To: Struts Developers List
Subject: Re: Going to other context and/or server in 1.1

David Graham wrote:

> I thought of the http:// matching as well.  Are there any cases when
> this logic wouldn't work?  Hardcoding the protocol may be a bad idea. 

I don't like that idea either, but I can't think of a better approach. 
 As I said, I'm open to suggestions :-)

You could look for /word.word.word/, but I think that would be ... just 
as bad and a lot nastier to implement.  Very problematic, I would think.

 Looking for "http:" seems the best solution that I can think of.

> David

Eddie Bush

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