On Jul 29, 2008, at 10:34 AM, Vic Simkus wrote:
> Scott Ferguson wrote:
>>> Is there any way to get the current application name/path without a
>>> ServletContext? I'm looking for this is to add it to the logging
>>> statements in a customized Acegi class that does not have direct
>>> to any of the web application specifics. I realize that this
>>> might be
>>> Resin-specific, but I'm ok with that :)
>> HttpServletRequest has a getContextPath() that you can use.
> Hi, Scott
> I don't have access to anything "web related" within the class/method.
> Does Resin provide any way of extracting that sort of information
> in a dark here) based on the current thread?
Oh. I see. Take a look at com.caucho.security.SecurityContext. You
You could also try:
WebBeansContainer webBeans = WebBeansContainer.getCurrent();
ServletContext webApp = webBeans.getByType(ServletContext.class);
As Serge mentioned, you can also create a filter that stores the
context in a ThreadLocal. If you do that, make absolutely certain you
clear the ThreadLocal at the end of the filter otherwise very bad
things will happen. (Basically GC and web-app reloading will break
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