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How to validate or parse HTTP request headers?

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I have task to validate or parse following http header

Accept
Accept-Charset
Accept-Encoding
Accept-Language
Accept-Datetime
Content-Length
Content-MD5
Content-Type

lets take Accept-Language as an example , if header language comes other than en-us I should reject the request with customized code response.

let me know ways to achieve the task? can we do with any configuration files?
We are using tomcat 6.0.18

posted Jan 14, 2014 by Mandeep Sehgal

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Have a look at the URLRewriteFilter, here : http://tuckey.org/urlrewrite/

Or, if this is a school exercise, then you'll have a bit more reasearch and work to do yourself, to write your own servlet filter to do the job.

answer Jan 14, 2014 by Deepankar Dubey
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The new requirement is to route the request from the same apache to another tomcat (8090). Hence I made the different config file for apache with different ports (86,4444) and different worker for mod_jk which routes the request to tomcat.

Now the issue is when I hit the url http://:86 and after providing the credentials, it is redirecting to https://:86 and throwing the below error.

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