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New user messaging methods in UnsecuredServlet

Author dlr
Full name Daniel Rall
Date 2000-10-09 11:12:23 PDT
Message I added:

    /**
     * Appends the specified text and list of elements to the provided
buffer.
     *
     * @param context The <code>WebConte​xt</code> to use.
     * @param text The message text, or if list is not
<code>null</code>
     * the text to use as a heading when building the
message.
     * @param list The list of elements to add after the heading
text, or
     * <code>null</code> if the text is the entire
message.
     * @param buf The buffer to append to.
     */
    protected final void appendToMessage (WebContext context, String
text)

and:

    /**
     * Appends the specified text and list of elements to the provided
buffer.
     *
     * @param context The <code>WebConte​xt</code> to use.
     * @param text The message text, or if list is not
<code>null</code>
     * the text to use as a heading when building the
message.
     * @param list The list of elements to add after the heading
text, or
     * <code>null</code> if the text is the entire
message.
     * @param buf The buffer to append to.
     */
    protected void appendToMessage (WebContext context, String text,
                                    Vector list)

These methods will allow you to append text and lists of data to the
WebMacro context variable $Message, which is displayed at the top of
every page.

For you SourceCast people, this means that you need to `cd
$SANDBOX/joist/java; cvs up; make; make install` to build newhelm
successfully.

Daniel

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New user messaging methods in UnsecuredServlet dlr Daniel Rall 2000-10-09 11:12:23 PDT
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