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weblogicx.jsp.tags
Class EncodeTag

java.lang.Object
  extended by BodyTagSupport
      extended by weblogicx.jsp.tags.EncodeTag

public class EncodeTag
extends BodyTagSupport

The encode tag checks to see that the user has a session and the session id did not come in via a cookie, if these are both true the body of the tag is searched for relative URL references and they are replaced with versions that contain the session id. In addition, forms are modified with an addition hidden form parameter that is the session id. Here is an exhaustive list of those html tags that are modified: <a href="xxx"> -> <a href="xxx?_LINKSTRING_"> <img src="xxx" lowsrc="yyy"> -> <img src="xxx?_LINKSTRING_" lowsrc="yyy?_LINKSTRING_"> <form action="blah"></form> -> <form action="blah">_FORMSTRING_</form> <frame src="xxx"> -> <frame src="xxx?_LINKSTRING_"> <object src="xxx"> -> <object src="xxx?_LINKSTRING_">


Constructor Summary
EncodeTag()
           
 
Method Summary
 int doAfterBody()
           
 String getCookieName()
           
 String getSessionId()
           
 void release()
          Reset properties.
 void setCookieName(String cookieName)
          This value can override the cookieName pulled from the session.
 void setSessionId(String sessionId)
          This value can override the sessionId pulled from the session.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

EncodeTag

public EncodeTag()
Method Detail

setSessionId

public void setSessionId(String sessionId)
This value can override the sessionId pulled from the session.


getSessionId

public String getSessionId()

setCookieName

public void setCookieName(String cookieName)
This value can override the cookieName pulled from the session.


getCookieName

public String getCookieName()

release

public void release()
Reset properties.


doAfterBody

public int doAfterBody()
                throws JspException
Throws:
JspException

Documentation is available at
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E12839_01/web.1111
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Part Number E13941-01
Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3.1 API Reference