RE: Re: Multiple content types

2009-07-01 Thread Sherif Ahmed
Okay.. I had to add an XLS Representation for a resource and I wan to support a suffix of .json for JSON and .XLS for Excel , but using the code below (and rest of the code in the previous thread). no matter what extension I use (even other than XLS OR JSON). the Variant.Representation in my

Last-Modified Header

2009-06-10 Thread Sherif Ahmed
I've been trying to add Last-Modified Header via the following code in a Filter afterHandle method Form responseHeaders = (Form) response.getAttributes().get(org.restlet.http.headers); if (responseHeaders == null) { responseHeaders = new Form();

RE: Re: Last-Modified Header

2009-06-10 Thread Sherif Ahmed
probably meant to do is use setModificationDate(new Date()) on the entity/response representation. ie. representation.setModificationDate(new Date()); Jon Sherif Ahmed wrote: I've been trying to add Last-Modified Header via the following code in a Filter afterHandle method Form

RE: Last-Modified Header

2009-06-10 Thread Sherif Ahmed
Brilliant.. The more I use Restlet the more I am liking it indeed. Now does Restlet has a framework to take care of Gzip encoding results when the Request headers indicate that the request is from a client that supports this encoding (all modern browsers do) I've been trying to add

RE: Re: Re: Last-Modified Header

2009-06-10 Thread Sherif Ahmed
Cool, This works as you indicate. However implementing this way has a downside. Would be nice that the framework could take care of sending a 304 even without having to get a concrete Representation which has a date set. The idea is to avoid creating a Representation if the Resource has not