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  1. Reading Request Headers from Servlets

    by , 11-28-2011 at 06:31 PM
    It is relatively easy to read headers. All you need to do is call the getHeader method of HttpServletRequest. If the specified header exists, the servlet returns a String, if not the servlet will return null. Unlike parameter names, header names are not case sensitive. Although getHeader is a general-purpose way to read incoming headers, there are a couple of headers that are so commonly used that they have special access methods in HttpServletRequest. They are listed below.
    • getCookies
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  2. Setting up Secure Web Requests in Spring

    by , 11-27-2011 at 10:48 PM
    Continuing our investigation of Spring Security, in this tip I will look at making secure web requests. All activities that starts in a java web application is initiated via an HttpServletRequests. As such, this is where the security of your application will start. This security takes the form of request-level security. This involves declaring one or more URL patterns as requiring some level of granted authority and restricting access to those without authority from accessing the content of those ...