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 package org.apache.coyote;


Enumerated class containing the adapter event codes. Actions represent callbacks from the servlet container to the coyote connector. Actions are implemented by ProtocolHandler, using the ActionHook interface.

Author(s):
Remy Maucherat
See also:
ProtocolHandler
ActionHook
 
 public final class ActionCode {
 
 
     // -------------------------------------------------------------- Constants
 
 
     public static final ActionCode ACTION_ACK = new ActionCode(1);
 
 
     public static final ActionCode ACTION_CLOSE = new ActionCode(2);
 
 
     public static final ActionCode ACTION_COMMIT = new ActionCode(3);


    
A flush() operation originated by the client ( i.e. a flush() on the servlet output stream or writer, called by a servlet ). Argument is the Response.
 
     public static final ActionCode ACTION_CLIENT_FLUSH = new ActionCode(4);
 
     
     public static final ActionCode ACTION_CUSTOM = new ActionCode(5);
 
 
     public static final ActionCode ACTION_RESET = new ActionCode(6);
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_START = new ActionCode(7);
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_STOP = new ActionCode(8);
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_WEBAPP = new ActionCode(9);

    
Hook called after request, but before recycling. Can be used for logging, to update counters, custom cleanup - the request is still visible
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_POST_REQUEST = new ActionCode(10);

    
Callback for lazy evaluation - extract the remote host name.
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_HOST_ATTRIBUTE = 
        new ActionCode(11);


    
Callback for lazy evaluation - extract the SSL-related attributes.
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_HOST_ADDR_ATTRIBUTE = new ActionCode(12);

    
Callback for lazy evaluation - extract the SSL-related attributes.
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_SSL_ATTRIBUTE = new ActionCode(13);


    
Chain for request creation. Called each time a new request is created ( requests are recycled ).
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_NEW_REQUEST = new ActionCode(14);


    
Callback for lazy evaluation - extract the SSL-certificate (including forcing a re-handshake if necessary)
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_SSL_CERTIFICATE = new ActionCode(15);

    
Callback for lazy evaluation - socket remote port.
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_REMOTEPORT_ATTRIBUTE = new ActionCode(16);


    
Callback for lazy evaluation - socket local port.
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_LOCALPORT_ATTRIBUTE = new ActionCode(17);


    
Callback for lazy evaluation - local address.
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_LOCAL_ADDR_ATTRIBUTE = new ActionCode(18);


    
Callback for lazy evaluation - local address.
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_LOCAL_NAME_ATTRIBUTE = new ActionCode(19);

    
Callback for setting FORM auth body replay
    public static final ActionCode ACTION_REQ_SET_BODY_REPLAY = new ActionCode(20);
 
    
    // ----------------------------------------------------------- Constructors
    int code;

    
Private constructor.
    private ActionCode(int code) {
        this.=code;
    }

    
Action id, useable in switches and table indexes
    public int getCode() {
        return ;
    }
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