If you are modifying an existing request, the servlet API provides the HttpServletRequestWrapper class to accomplsh this since you can't modify an existing request directly. You create a custom wrapper that watches for getParameter calls specifying the parameters of interest. If you are creating a new request, just implement the HttpServletRequest interface in your custom class. Bill
Hi, I am curious about this... Where we can modify a request using that request wrapper? In a filter class or servlet class?
Correct me if my understanding is wrong thanks daniel
Joined: Jul 09, 2001
Hello, I don't want to modify the query string. I want to modify the HTTP header.
Thanks in advance.
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Joined: Mar 22, 2000
Basically you use a Filter to substitute your custom request wrapper object for the original request. Your custom wrapper will be what the servlet sees so every request for a header OR for a parameter OR for an input stream will go to your filter first. Take a look at the javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequestWrapper class JavaDocs to see how convenient the designers have made this capability. Bill
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