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From "Michael D. Kirkpatrick" <wiz...@psychodad.com>
Subject Re: Form Auth
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2003 16:59:07 GMT
Ok.

For configuration and some implementation, I am still a newbie here.  How
do you change the connector to a non-Coyote one?  Which one would you
recomend? Where can I find it?

Jeff Tulley wrote:

> I just found out that this is a known problem with the Coyote
> connectors, both the HTTP connector and the JkHandler connector.
> There is some code not implemented or something, and there is already a
> bug report in bugzilla.
>
> To verify if we are talking about the same thing, go back to using an
> old non-Coyote connector and see if your form parameters
> are preserved across the login.
>
> This really needs to be fixed.  You can vote on the bug, it is #10229
>
> Jeff Tulley  (jtulley@novell.com)
> (801)861-5322
> Novell, Inc., The Leading Provider of Net Business Solutions
> http://www.novell.com
>
> >>> wizard@psychodad.com 4/1/03 8:40:36 AM >>>
> It returns "null".
>
> I noticed that it places all the POST/GET information into a session to
> be
> re-submitted to the actual page after successful login.  Know of a way
> that I can
> access the session information to extract a specific string in it?
>
> Henning Heil wrote:
>
> > Hi Michael,
> >
> > ++++ Michael D. Kirkpatrick wrote on 01.04.2003 17:05 ++++
> >
> > >I am not quite sure if this question is suitable for this mailing
> list.  If
> > >not, please forgive me.
> > >
> > >[snip]
> > >
> > >So here is my question.  How can I capture the original query string
> or make
> > >the query string in web.xml dynamic?
> > >
> > in general I would not recommend to set the string in the web.xml.
> > first part of your question: you can read out any parameter of a post
> or
> > get string by request.getParameter(String parametername);
> > second part: there are multiple ways to manipulate the request
> > parameters: java -> request.setAttribute(String attributename,
> String
> > value); or by hidden fields in html forms or with select-fields
> which
> > are submitted . . .
> >
> > I would suggest:
> >
> > read out the site the user is coming from with
> >
> > String mysite = request.getParameter("site");
> >
> > (of course you have to add this to the string somewhere on the
> original
> > page)
> >
> > write it to newly generated links:
> >
> > out.println("passwordsubmitter.jsp?site=" + mysite);
> >
> > or sth like this . . .
> >
> > >I am also looking for mailing lists for the following:
> > >    Struts Questions
> > >
> > there's one on the apache.org site I think -> struts  . . .
> >
> > >    General Java Questions
> > >    J2EE Questions
> > >
> > no mailing but extremely cool & helpful people there and also
> mailing
> > mechanisms to keep track of your threads:
> > http://forums.java.sun.com/
> >
> > >If anyone can point me in the right direction, it would be greatly
> > >appreciated.
> > >
> > >Thanks in advance.
> > >
> > >
> > Have fun,
> >
> > Henning
> >
> >
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