org.apache.http.client
Interface RedirectHandler

All Known Implementing Classes:
DefaultRedirectHandler

Deprecated. (4.1) use RedirectStrategy

@Deprecated
public interface RedirectHandler

A handler for determining if an HTTP request should be redirected to a new location in response to an HTTP response received from the target server.

Implementations of this interface must be thread-safe. Access to shared data must be synchronized as methods of this interface may be executed from multiple threads.

Since:
4.0

Method Summary
 URI getLocationURI(HttpResponse response, HttpContext context)
          Deprecated. Determines the location request is expected to be redirected to given the response from the target server and the current request execution context.
 boolean isRedirectRequested(HttpResponse response, HttpContext context)
          Deprecated. Determines if a request should be redirected to a new location given the response from the target server.
 

Method Detail

isRedirectRequested

boolean isRedirectRequested(HttpResponse response,
                            HttpContext context)
Deprecated. 
Determines if a request should be redirected to a new location given the response from the target server.

Parameters:
response - the response received from the target server
context - the context for the request execution
Returns:
true if the request should be redirected, false otherwise

getLocationURI

URI getLocationURI(HttpResponse response,
                   HttpContext context)
                   throws ProtocolException
Deprecated. 
Determines the location request is expected to be redirected to given the response from the target server and the current request execution context.

Parameters:
response - the response received from the target server
context - the context for the request execution
Returns:
redirect URI
Throws:
ProtocolException


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