Wicket-spring-tomcat integration

2008-12-15 Thread Arie Fishler
Hi,

I am using wicket via tomcat integrated into spring using a filter with *

org*.*apache*.*wicket*.protocol.*http*.WicketFilter

The thing is that I want to map the wicket application to several url
patterns (to know which environment the user is coming from)



Is there a way to map the filter to several patterns? like the below which
does not work...

filter-mapping

filter-nameWicketFilter/filter-name

url-pattern/*a*/*/url-pattern

/filter-mapping

and

filter-mapping

filter-nameWicketFilter/filter-name

url-pattern/*b*/*/url-pattern

/filter-mapping


Re: Wicket-spring-tomcat integration

2008-12-15 Thread Richard Allen
The url-pattern only supports using a wildcard at the end of the pattern
(e.g., /myapp/*) or as a extension mapping prefix (e.g., *.do). See
section SRV.11.2 of the servlet specification, which can be downloaded from
here:
http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr154/index.html

Therefore, I believe the closest you could do would be

filter-nameWicketFilter/filter-name
url-pattern/a/*/url-pattern

...

filter-nameWicketFilter/filter-name
url-pattern/b/*/url-pattern

If that doesn't suit your needs, you might need to extend WicketFilter with
a custom implementation.


On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 3:11 AM, Arie Fishler arie@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 I am using wicket via tomcat integrated into spring using a filter with *

 org*.*apache*.*wicket*.protocol.*http*.WicketFilter

 The thing is that I want to map the wicket application to several url
 patterns (to know which environment the user is coming from)



 Is there a way to map the filter to several patterns? like the below which
 does not work...

 filter-mapping

 filter-nameWicketFilter/filter-name

 url-pattern/*a*/*/url-pattern

 /filter-mapping

 and

 filter-mapping

 filter-nameWicketFilter/filter-name

 url-pattern/*b*/*/url-pattern

 /filter-mapping