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How to get the intended URL from a request

 
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Hi my filter is managing permissions for different pages. Is it possible to get the url destination of the request ?? If so how ??
 
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If I understand you correctly, you can use getRequestURI method to get, and possibly save it for later use.
 
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Bosun Bello wrote:If I understand you correctly, you can use getRequestURI method to get, and possibly save it for later use.



It seems that method is not available in
 
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Sure it is. You need to cast the request instance to HttpServletRequest.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Sure it is. You need to cast the request instance to HttpServletRequest.


Thanks that did the trick
 
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Okay so with a little debugging and trial and error i realized that the following works (both filter and servlet)


But the following just throws an exception (I Wonder what the difference is)



Exception is




 
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In the first case, you are casting, however in the second, you are calling a method on a variable that is null. Hence, the reason for the null pointer. With casting, if what you are casting returns null, your fast will return exactly that.
 
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Bosun Bello wrote:In the first case, you are casting, however in the second, you are calling a method on a variable that is null. Hence, the reason for the null pointer. With casting, if what you are casting returns null, your fast will return exactly that.



That makes sense.. thanks..
 
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