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http GET links

Dushy Inguva
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Joined: Jun 24, 2003
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For http GET links, a JSP can expect 2 params. While composing this link, an ugly syntax has to be followed. Example: UserSubmit.jsp?UserID=<dynamicallyGenerated>&UserAge=<SomeMoreDynamicStuff>
This kind of syntax is problematic if a '&' is missed or if the dynamic stuff has spaces.
The solution we are thinking of is a helper class
URLGetLink link = new URLGetLink("UserSubmit.jsp");
link.addParam("UserID",<dynamicallyGeneratedStuff> ;
link.print(stream);

And use this from a custom tag, so that there is no java in the JSP pages. Is there a simpler way of doing this ?


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Marc Peabody
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Joined: Feb 05, 2003
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I'd recommend saving those two values to session scope if you need them for each request. It will make things prettier for the user and have higher security for you.


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