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From Jack Lauman <jlau...@nwcascades.com>
Subject Re: Filter Problem
Date Wed, 24 Nov 2004 01:15:08 GMT
Tim:

Thanks for your help.  It's fixed.

Jack

Tim Funk wrote:

> You probably want to ignore context path. Its servletPath you really 
> care about.
>
> -Tim
>
> Jack Lauman wrote:
>
>> Can you append the two together to get the desired result?
>>
>> Jack
>>
>> Tim Funk wrote:
>>
>>> getContextPath is the path name of the webapp.
>>>
>>> For example, if my webapp is registered at /more. Then my 
>>> contextPath is /more.
>>>
>>> If I request /more/cowbell.jsp. The contextPath  is /more and the 
>>> servletPath is /cowbell.jsp.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> -Tim
>>>
>>> Jack Lauman wrote:
>>>
>>>> I have an access control filter that is supposed to grant all 
>>>> access to users wirh the role of 'admin' and limited access to 
>>>> those with the role of  'user.  Specifically a 'user' can only 
>>>> manipulate the data that belongs to them.  It uses 
>>>> 'contextPath.startsWith' and the users 'id' (int) from the database 
>>>> appended to it to access their records.
>>>>
>>>> If I logon as an 'admin' user it works fine.  If I login using a 
>>>> bad password it forwards to the notLoggedInPage.  It I login as a 
>>>> 'user' with a correct password it forwards to the noAccessPage.
>>>>
>>>> I'm not sure what's wrong here and would appreciate any help in 
>>>> resolving this matter,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
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