public class BufferingRequestDispatcher
- extends java.lang.Object
Dispatches requests, buffering the contents of the response and returning it as a String. This is needed because
JIRA's velocity manager doesn't allow writing to a writer, it only returns the content as a String, so the JSP can't
write directly to the responses writer. This class is intended for use in velocity templates to include JSPs.
Return the contents of the given path.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public BufferingRequestDispatcher(javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest request,
public java.io.CharArrayWriter include(java.lang.String path)
- Return the contents of the given path. This is called include because its functionally the same as a jsp:include
when used in a velocity template.
path - The path to dispatch the request to.
- A CharArrayWriter with the output of the JSP. This is a little more efficient than returning a String,
because you can use CharArrayWriter.writeTo() to write the output directly to another writer.
javax.servlet.ServletException - If an error occured dispatching the request.
java.io.IOException - If an error occured dispatching the request.
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