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From "Bill Barker" <wbar...@wilshire.com>
Subject Re: HttpRequestBase equivalent in 5.5?
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2006 02:20:49 GMT

"Aditya Prasad" <akprasad@gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:6c8e56320609121816m366cc52fmbcea0bb8ba903455@mail.gmail.com...
> I've been using HttpRequestBase (from Tomcat 4.0) as an impl of
> HttpServletRequest to construct requests for test purposes outside of
> Tomcat.  I've recently switched to 5.5, and am rewriting my tests,
> since that class no longer exists.
>
> I first tried using DummyRequest, but quickly found that the setters
> don't seem to do anything, because the getters return nulls.  I then
> tried org.apache.catalina.connector.Request, but I get NPEs when
> calling getContentType (after calling setContentType) or
> setServerName.
>
> Am I not supposed to be using either of these classes?  Is there a
> well-known impl that will allow me to set arbitrary data on a request
> (I know this is a tall order -- there's probably a logical order in
> which the object should be constructed anyway).
>

Well, you pretty much have to use o.a.c.c.Request in 5.5 ;-).  You can look 
at CoyoteAdapter to see how to set them up.

IMHO, it would be easier to implement your tests using something like the 
MemoryProtocolHandler (in connectors/coyote), and let Tomcat worry about the 
HttpRequest.

> Thanks,
> Aditya 




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