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parameter is the MIME type to test. The second and third parameters are numeric values returned to the caller that indicate the priority of the MIME type. The priority calculation is based on levels and its associated q values. The levels result from the priority precedence of text/xml to text/*. The q values are associated with the Accept identifier. In the implementation of the method Compare, there are two parameters: x and y. The method implementation has to figure out which value is greater than the other. To get a priority level, the method CalculateValue is called for each parameter. Then the levels (levelx and levely) are compared. If one of the levels is higher, the appropriate integer value is returned. If the levels are equal, the q values (qvaluex and qvaluey) are tested and the appropriate integer value is returned. After the MIME types have been sorted, URLRewriterASPNet will call the rewriter DefaultRewriter to generate the return content, which is step 5. Following is the implementation of DefaultRewriter: public class DefaultRewriter : IRewriter { protected HttpApplication _app; private Regex _xml = new Regex("xml"); private Regex _html = new Regex("html"); private Regex _text = new Regex("plain"); public DefaultRewriter(HttpApplication app) { _app = app; } private bool DoesFileExistAndRewrite(string filename) { string path = _app.Request.PhysicalPath + filename; FileAttributes attributes; try { attributes = File.GetAttributes(path); } catch (FileNotFoundException ex) { return false; } if ((attributes & FileAttributes.Directory) == 0) { _app.Context.RewritePath(filename); return true; } else { return false; } } public virtual bool WriteRedirection(string mimetype) { if (_xml.IsMatch(mimetype)) { return DoesFileExistAndRewrite("default.xhtml"); } if (_html.IsMatch(mimetype)) { return DoesFileExistAndRewrite("default.html"); }
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if (_text.IsMatch(mimetype)) { return DoesFileExistAndRewrite("default.txt"); } if (String.Compare(mimetype, "*/*") == 0) { return DoesFileExistAndRewrite("content.html"); } return false; } } The implementation of the method WriteRedirection will iterate a series of if statements to test which MIME type has been passed in. If any one particular MIME type matches the type, the method DoesFileExistAndRewrite is called. The method DoesFileExistAndRewrite will test whether the proposed rewritten URL references a file that exists, and if so the URL is rewritten. The big idea of the operation for the URL rewriter is to generate a potential URL and test whether there is a file available on the storage medium. If the file exists, the URL can be rewritten; otherwise, another MIME type is tested for availability. If a representation exists, WriteRedirection will return true and consider the URL rewritten, which causes an exit, thus implementing the last step, step 6. The defined DefaultRewriter will work for static content, but not for dynamic content such as PHP, JSP, or even ASP.NET because the redirections always reference static extensions such as XML, HTML, and XHTML. Suppose PHP is used for generating XML and HTML content. If a request (for example, /content) requires generation of XML content, the generated filename EBVN will end with .php (for example, /content.php). Yet if the request requires dynamic generation of HTML, the generated filename will end with .php again (for example, /content.php). One solution would be to append the dynamic script extension and type (for example, HTML would be /content.html.php). The appending of two extensions is used by Apache when sending language-specific content.
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When the rewriting component executes its code, the rewriting of the URL /bankaccount/login to the URL /bankaccount/login.jsp occurs transparently. The next step is to test whether the URL is indeed rewritten, so let s watch Firefox s decision process as it calls the URL. Figure 5-10 illustrates how the browser loads the appropriate document, and that the server tests what the appropriate document would be. The bottom window of Figure 5-10 is a Secure Shell (SSH) console window of the Mono XSP ASP.NET server running on Linux. The asterisks represent the beginning and ending of an HTTP request. The first line, which starts with Path, is the absolute path of the ASP.NET application s physical path appended with the URL. The next line, which reads Is routable, indicates that a resource has been requested. Then the HTTP Accept header sent by Mozilla is reorganized and then tested to see whether the content can be downloaded. Notice how the various MIME types are iterated and tested. The last MIME type tested is text/html, because the path associated with the MIME type exists. There are other MIME types, but they are not iterated because a MIME type has been found.
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