|Re: could i build a wiki using RAP? [message #134513 is a reply to message #134314]
||Fri, 29 May 2009 18:00
| Austin Riddle
Registered: July 2009
What you are proposing is intriguing.
One issue with the user changing the browser URL (i.e., parameters
changed/added via link), is that given the current implementation of RAP,
the HTML session will be different every time you reload, which implies
that a new entry-point is run (the client-side application restarts). But
this is not necessarily a show-stopper.
You could embed all of the wiki functionality in RAP and have links that
change the content without actually changing the browser URL. The real
issue is permalinks, bookmarking etc. However, you could have code in
your entry point that will take a url argument and reconstruct the state
of the application that is driven/desired via parameter. You would just
have to have a place in the application for the user to generate a
"permalink". There would also be necessary work to make user accounts/
permissions work correctly (i.e, not forcing the user to log in again
every time the app reloads).
All of that said, there are plenty more options if you want to change the
the servlet, etc. Don't cringe Rüdiger. :-)
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