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/*
* This file is a part of Winix
* and is distributed under the 2-Clause BSD licence.
* Author: Tomasz Sowa <t.sowa@ttmath.org>
*/
/*
* Copyright (c) 2008-2021, Tomasz Sowa
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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*
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*
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*
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#include "request.h"
#include "log.h"
#include "plugin.h"
#include "misc.h"
#include "functions/functionbase.h"
namespace Winix
{
Request::Request()
{
id = 0;
config = 0;
}
void Request::fields()
{
field(L"", L"dirs", dir_tab);
field(L"", L"is_item", is_item);
field(L"", L"current_dir", &Request::current_dir);
field(L"", L"last_item", &Request::last_item_wrapper);
}
void Request::SetConfig(Config * pconfig)
{
config = pconfig;
}
void Request::ClearOutputStreams()
{
size_t len = 0;
out_main_stream.clear();
if( config )
len = config->ezc_out_streams_size;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
9 years ago
/*
* clearing buffers and setting 'escape' flag to true
* for all streams which were used in the map
*/
out_streams.ClearMap();
out_streams.ResizeTab(len);
}
void Request::Clear()
{
// id is never 0
if( ++id == 0 )
++id;
RemovePostFileTmp(post_file_tab);
ClearOutputStreams();
if( function )
function->Clear();
post_tab.clear();
post_file_tab.clear();
cookie_tab.clear();
post_in.clear();
is_postin_used = false;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
9 years ago
method = unknown_method;
headers_in.clear();
out_headers.clear();
out_cookies.clear();
env_request_method.clear();
env_request_uri.clear();
env_http_cookie.clear();
env_http_host.clear();
env_http_user_agent.clear();
env_http_accept_encoding.clear();
env_http_accept.clear();
env_http_accept_language.clear();
env_fcgi_role.clear();
env_content_type.clear();
env_https.clear();
item_tab.clear();
item.Clear();
item.set_connector(nullptr);
dir_tab.clear();
last_item = &item;
is_item = false;
function = nullptr;
param_tab.clear();
anchor.clear();
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
send_bin_stream = false;
send_main_stream = false;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
send_all_frames = false;
send_frames.clear();
use_ezc_engine = false;
serialize_models = false;
accept_mime_types.clear();
container_type = ContainerType::container_raw;
status = WINIX_ERR_OK;
browser_msie = false;
redirect_to.clear();
redirect_type = 303;
x_sendfile.clear();
send_as_attachment = false;
using_ssl = false;
is_htmx_request = false;
start_time = 0;
start_date.Clear();
timespec_req_start.tv_sec = 0;
timespec_req_start.tv_nsec = 0;
timespec_req_stop.tv_sec = 0;
timespec_req_stop.tv_nsec = 0;
timespec_req_diff.tv_sec = 0;
timespec_req_diff.tv_nsec = 0;
timespec_ezc_engine_start.tv_sec = 0;
timespec_ezc_engine_start.tv_nsec = 0;
timespec_ezc_engine_stop.tv_sec = 0;
timespec_ezc_engine_stop.tv_nsec = 0;
subdomain.clear();
models.Clear();
out_bin_stream.clear();
gen_trim_white = false;
gen_skip_new_line = false;
gen_use_special_chars = false;
ip = 0;
ip_str.clear();
use_200_status_for_not_found_and_permission_denied = false;
html_template.clear();
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
use_html_filter = false;
}
void Request::RequestStarts()
{
// clearing it is better to use at the end of a request
// so starting is much faster
clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, &timespec_req_start);
timespec_req_stop = timespec_req_start;
start_time = timespec_req_start.tv_sec;
start_date = start_time;
}
void Request::RequestEnds()
{
clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, &timespec_req_stop);
calculate_timespec_diff(timespec_req_start, timespec_req_stop, timespec_req_diff);
}
void Request::PrepareAnswerType()
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
{
CheckAcceptHeader();
CheckContainerParameter();
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
serialize_models = (container_type != ContainerType::container_raw);
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
send_all_frames = (ParamValuep(config->request_all_frames_parameter) != nullptr);
send_main_stream = (ParamValuep(config->request_main_stream_parameter) != nullptr);
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
use_html_filter = config->html_filter;
PrepareFrameNames();
if( container_type == ContainerType::container_raw && !send_all_frames && send_frames.empty() )
{
send_main_stream = true;
}
use_ezc_engine = send_main_stream || send_all_frames || !send_frames.empty();
}
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
void Request::CheckAcceptHeader()
{
if( !accept_mime_types.empty() )
{
bool found = false;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
for(HeaderValue & h: accept_mime_types)
{
if( h.value == Header::text_html || h.value == Header::application_xhtml_xml ||
h.value == Header::text_all || h.value == Header::all_all)
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_raw;
found = true;
break;
}
else
if( h.value == Header::application_json || h.value == Header::application_all )
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_json;
found = true;
break;
}
else
if( h.value == Header::application_xml )
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_xml;
found = true;
break;
}
else
if( h.value == Header::text_csv )
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_csv;
found = true;
break;
}
}
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
if( !found )
{
Log * log = get_logger();
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
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if( log )
{
(*log) << log2 << "App: an unknown " << Header::accept << " headers: ";
HeaderValue::log_values(accept_mime_types, *log);
(*log) << " (skipping)" << logend;
}
}
}
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
}
void Request::CheckContainerParameter()
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
{
std::wstring * container = ParamValuep(L"container");
if( container )
{
// IMPROVEME do a plugin call here
// if a plugin can consume this then don't check text/json/xml/csv and just return true
if( *container == L"raw" )
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_raw;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
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}
else
if( *container == L"json" )
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_json;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
}
else
if( *container == L"xml" )
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_xml;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
}
else
if( *container == L"csv" )
{
container_type = ContainerType::container_csv;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
}
else
{
Log * log = get_logger();
if( log )
{
(*log) << log2 << "App: an unknown container url parameter: " << *container << " (skipping)" << logend;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
}
}
}
}
void Request::PrepareFrameNames()
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
{
Config * config = get_config();
Log * log = get_logger();
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
if( config && log )
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
{
const std::wstring & frame = ParamValue(config->request_frame_parameter);
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
if( frame.size() <= config->request_frame_parameter_max_length )
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
{
send_frames.clear();
slice_by(frame, ',', send_frames);
std::sort(send_frames.begin(), send_frames.end());
auto frames_end = std::unique(send_frames.begin(), send_frames.end());
send_frames.erase(frames_end, send_frames.end());
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
if( send_frames.size() > config->request_frame_parameter_max_frames )
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
1 year ago
{
send_frames.clear();
(*log) << log2 << "Request: the number of frames exceeds " << config->request_frame_parameter_max_frames
<< " (skipping frames)" << logend;
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
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}
}
else
{
(*log) << log2 << "Request: the length of the frame url parameter exceeds " << config->request_frame_parameter_max_length
<< " characters (skiping frames)" << logend;
}
changed the way how the request's answer is created, now winix can return json, xml, csv from out_main_stream or from frames and json from models removed from Request: bool send_bin_stream bool return_json bool return_info_only pt::Space info bool page_generated bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter bool out_streams_use_html_filter added to Request: enum AnswerSource enum AnswerContainer AnswerSource answer_source AnswerContainer answer_container bool use_ezc_engine std::wstring frame bool send_all_frames bool use_html_filter added to Config: // the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/allframes // default: allframes std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter; // the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml // default: winix std::wstring xml_root; algorithm (the whole algorithm is described in core/request.h): at the beginning of a request winix sets answer_source to models answer_container to text use_ezc_engine to true next answer_container and use_ezc_engine can be changed in the following way: 1. winix will look for 'Accept' http header and depending on the header winix will set: (not implemented yet) Accept | answer_container | use_ezc_engine ------------------------------------|----------------- application/json | json | false application/xml | xml | false text/csv | csv | false 2. next answer_container is set depending on 'container' url parameter container | answer_container --------------------------------------------------------- not present | don't change the value text | text json | json xml | xml csv | csv use_ezc_engine is set depending on 'answer' url parameter: answer | use_ezc_engine --------------------------------- not present | don't change the value html | true data | false if 'answer' is html then we take into account two more parameters: frame: frame_name (empty default) - if set then winix returns this specific frame allframes: (if present then winix returns all frames)
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}
}
bool Request::IsPostVar(const wchar_t * var)
{
PostTab::iterator p;
p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
return false;
return true;
}
bool Request::IsPostVar(const std::wstring & var)
{
PostTab::iterator p;
p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
return false;
return true;
}
const std::wstring & Request::PostVar(const wchar_t * var)
{
PostTab::iterator p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
return str_empty;
return p->second;
}
const std::wstring & Request::PostVar(const std::wstring & var)
{
PostTab::iterator p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
return str_empty;
return p->second;
}
bool Request::PostVar(const wchar_t * var, std::wstring & result)
{
PostTab::iterator p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
{
result.clear();
return false;
}
result = p->second;
return true;
}
bool Request::PostVar(const std::wstring & var, std::wstring & result)
{
PostTab::iterator p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
{
result.clear();
return false;
}
result = p->second;
return true;
}
std::wstring * Request::PostVarp(const wchar_t * var)
{
PostTab::iterator p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
return 0;
return &p->second;
}
std::wstring * Request::PostVarp(const std::wstring & var)
{
PostTab::iterator p = post_tab.find(var);
if( p == post_tab.end() )
return 0;
return &p->second;
}
bool Request::AllPostVarEmpty()
{
PostTab::iterator i;
for(i=post_tab.begin() ; i!=post_tab.end() ; ++i)
if( !i->second.empty() )
return false;
return true;
}
std::wstring * Request::ParamValuep(const wchar_t * param_name)
{
ParamTab::iterator i;
for(i=param_tab.begin() ; i!=param_tab.end() ; ++i)
{
if( i->name == param_name )
return &i->value;
}
return nullptr;
}
std::wstring * Request::ParamValuep(const std::wstring & param_name)
{
ParamTab::iterator i;
for(i=param_tab.begin() ; i!=param_tab.end() ; ++i)
{
if( i->name == param_name )
return &i->value;
}
return nullptr;
}
bool Request::IsParam(const wchar_t * param_name)
{
return ParamValuep(param_name) != nullptr;
}
bool Request::IsParam(const std::wstring & param_name)
{
return ParamValuep(param_name) != nullptr;
}
const std::wstring & Request::ParamValue(const wchar_t * param_name)
{
const std::wstring * val = ParamValuep(param_name);
if( val != nullptr )
return *val;
return str_empty;
}
const std::wstring & Request::ParamValue(const std::wstring & param_name)
{
const std::wstring * val = ParamValuep(param_name);
if( val != nullptr )
return *val;
return str_empty;
}
void Request::current_dir(morm::Wrapper & wrapper)
{
wrapper.model = dir_tab.back();
}
void Request::last_item_wrapper(morm::Wrapper & wrapper)
{
wrapper.model = last_item;
}
bool Request::has_frame(const wchar_t * frame)
{
for(std::wstring & f: send_frames)
{
if( f == frame )
return true;