[Seaside] Using meaningful links
wsgibson at windstream.net
Thu Jun 2 12:26:03 UTC 2011
Thanks Julian. This is great news.
On May 31, 2011, at 9:00 AM, Julian Fitzell wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> Sure. There are a number of possible approaches to this, including
> using a RequestFilter around your application, registering a bunch of
> "redirection handlers" or (even real applications that share
> components with your main system), or just implementing
> #initialRequest: on your root component to parse the URLs.
> There's nothing built-in to help you generate what the URLs should be,
> but you can easily implement something like what you're talking about.
> On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 12:40 AM, Scott Gibson <wsgibson at windstream.net> wrote:
>> I did not state it clearly but my main question was whether what I was looking to do was something that Seaside can provide or if I might need to hack a solution. Sorry for not being as clear.
>> On May 19, 2011, at 9:11 PM, Scott Gibson wrote:
>>> I am looking to provide the ability within my Seaside app to send emails with meaningful links that could be selected in order to access a particular component view. I believe that this is possible but I am unsure how so with Seaside. What are some good approaches to this?
>>> Right now I am looking at a couple of features that need this, both involve using links in emails that are sent out. For example:
>>> - to provide a user login acknowledgement function where an email is sent to a new user in order to confirm their email address
>>> - the ability for an admin to select a link in an notification email in order to pull up a new user that the link references and do their work
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