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From Robert Zeigler <rdzei...@u.arizona.edu>
Subject Re: encode a request parameter into a pagelink?
Date Tue, 06 Jul 2004 18:00:44 GMT
For that case, have your page implement the IExternal interface, and use 
an IExternal link; if you're talking about linking from a non-tapestry 
application, still implement the IExternal interface to give your page a 
nice "bookmarkable" url.

Robert

sarah.simbad@women-at-work.org wrote:
> I think it doesnt make sense if you link internally.
> 
> The interesting question would be how to do it if you
> want to link from an external website or directly to internal "deep" links
> within your website...without resorting to jsp.
> 
> 
>>How would one encode say "name=andre" into a request parameter in a
>>PageLink?
>>
>> 
>>
>>Say for instance I wanted to automatically encode this into the request
>>for
>>any links I generate that go to the home page to maintain state without
>>cookies, if the session has been destroyed or timed out.
>>
>> 
>>
>>For example something like:
>>
>><a href="#" jwcid="@PageLink?name=andre" page="Home">GO HOME!!</a>
>>
>> 
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>-Andre
>>
>> 
>>
>>Andre Mermegas
>>Java Developer
>>Muze Inc.
>>304 Hudson Street
>>New York, NY 10013-1015 USA
>>212.824.0333
>>
>> 
>>
>> 
>>
>>
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