Class TrustMeHandler

  extended by sunlabs.brazil.sunlabs.TrustMeHandler (view source)
All Implemented Interfaces:

public class TrustMeHandler
extends Object
implements Handler

Handler for trusting all SSL servers. Ordinarily Java won't connect to an SSL server it doesn't trust. This handler allows all servers to be trusted, even if their certificates are invalid of can't be verified. This effects all handlers and templates that use the built-in HTTPS stack in Java 1.4+. See also: FetchTemplate.

See the trust option of the to trust all SSL hosts for handlers and templates that use the built-in stack. This class will be deprecated when all classes using the Java's built-in HTTPs stack are eliminated.

Constructor Summary
Method Summary
 boolean init(Server server, String prefix)
          Initializes the handler.
 boolean respond(Request request)
          Responds to an HTTP request.
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
equals, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public TrustMeHandler()
Method Detail


public boolean init(Server server,
                    String prefix)
Description copied from interface: Handler
Initializes the handler.

Specified by:
init in interface Handler
server - The HTTP server that created this Handler. Typical Handlers will use Server.props to obtain run-time configuration information.
prefix - The handlers name. The string this Handler may prepend to all of the keys that it uses to extract configuration information from Server.props. This is set (by the Server and ChainHandler) to help avoid configuration parameter namespace collisions.
true if this Handler initialized successfully, false otherwise. If false is returned, this Handler should not be used.


public boolean respond(Request request)
                throws IOException
Description copied from interface: Handler
Responds to an HTTP request.

Specified by:
respond in interface Handler
request - The Request object that represents the HTTP request.
true if the request was handled. A request was handled if a response was supplied to the client, typically by calling Request.sendResponse() or Request.sendError.
IOException - if there was an I/O error while sending the response to the client. Typically, in that case, the Server will (try to) send an error message to the client and then close the client's connection.

The IOException should not be used to silently ignore problems such as being unable to access some server-side resource (for example getting a FileNotFoundException due to not being able to open a file). In that case, the Handler's duty is to turn that IOException into a HTTP response indicating, in this case, that a file could not be found.

Version Kenai-svn-r24, Generated 08/18/09
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