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From Chris Shenton <Chris.Shen...@hq.nasa.gov>
Subject Client ServletInputStream already closed, can't read in my Action
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2002 23:42:39 GMT
I'm working on a proxy which has to be able to read GET/PUT/POST forms
from a client, then send stuff back.  It doesn't want or need Velocity for
this function -- I'm reading from the client with data.getRequest() as
an HttpServletRequest directly.

I can read the meta-data and headers OK, but when I go to read the
client input stream, it throws an exception saying:

  java.io.IOException: This input stream has been closed

The code bombs in the clientIn.read():

    public HTTPRequest( HttpServletRequest client )
        throws MalformedURLException, IOException
        method   = client.getMethod().toUpperCase();
        length   = client.getContentLength();
        clientIn = client.getInputStream();

        if (length > 0) {
            log.debug("Read input length=" + length);
            int c;
            while ((c = clientIn.read()) != -1) {
                log.debug(" char=" + c);

I've tried using getReader() instead of getInputStream() and it says:

  getInputStream() has already been called for this request

The only think I can think is that Turbine or Velocity have already
opened the stream as a ServletInputStream() then closed it. 

Is there a way around this, to read the client stream for PUT and POST
HTTP methods? What's opening then closing the InputStream?

For this portion of the project I don't need Velocity at all, since
I'm bypassing it.  But my proxy is implemented as a VelocityAction.
Is there some lighter Action I can use which doesn't close the input
or generate output pages, leaving the client connections for me?
I still need to use Turbine's authentication facilities to make sure
only logged in folks use this, else I could go with bare servlets.


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