Luis Majano

October 15, 2008

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Ernst has just posted his code for an ssl interceptor he just created. It looks awesome so take a look for yourself.

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Jan 19, 2008 23:50:35 UTC

by Rob Gonda

It's missing some functionality ... how does it know which event has to be secured? It should secure only specific events, and force unsecured requests for the rest. something like if not isSsl and requireSll then cflocate to https if isSsl and not requireSll then cflocate to http

Jan 19, 2008 23:54:53 UTC

by Luis Majano

That is up to Ernst, but I think its a good start.

Jan 21, 2008 16:01:48 UTC

by Ernst van der Linden

Rob you're right. We could implement that. Just make a list of allowed events without SSL as a property in interceptor xml definition and then check with event.getCurrentEvent() if we need SSL. I will take a look and keep you informed.

Jan 21, 2008 17:47:57 UTC

by Ernst van der Linden

Rob, I made in new blog entry. The SSL interceptor now supports SSL for specific events. Comments are welcome!

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