Substitute for org.apache.cocoon.Utils.encode

Posted on 2007-12-05
Last Modified: 2013-11-23
Is there any known substitute for the org.apache.cocoon Utils encode method .I am planning to remove cocoon and hence need a method which will do the same function
Question by:res_this
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ID: 20463364
Not sure what this encoding utility does, but if it's for URL encoding then you might want to look at using URLEncoder directly (there's some stuff in Cocoon that just wraps this):

Alternatively, if it's more of a Base64 encoding or similar then try looking at the encoders provided along with Bouncy Castle.

Hope this helps


Author Comment

ID: 20467625
 I found that the encode function encode(javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest req, boolean agent)
encodes the given request into a string using the format userAgent:method:protocol://serverName:serverPort/requestURI?query with the agent flag controlling the presence of the userAgent field.

Is there any non-cocoon API which does this?

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jcoombes earned 125 total points
ID: 20467761
You can probably write one very easily - all the information that you need in that format is there in the HttpServletRequest object....



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