URL rewriting of links on xsl pages?
Hi there, For some of you who are familiar with Java and the response.encodeURL() method, I am curious..how is this done in XSL? Some clients may not accept cookies. Therefore we must use url rewriting to encode the session id value in the url. This needs to be done for EVERY link (and form) on every single page. Is there some way XSL handles this automatically? This is mostly to allow multiple web applications in a single J2EE application, so that <a href="/path/page.jsp"> does NOT refer to the root of the application. I think (not for sure yet) that when multiple web-apps are deployed in a J2EE application, the / no longer points to the root of the web application as there could be more than one. Generally, you specify something like <a href="<%= contextPath %>/path/page.jsp"> where contextPath is the "root_path" of the specific web application the page is being accessed in. Thanks. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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