Protect Web application control flow

Protect Web application control flow

JavaWorld published an interesting Java Tip at regarding protection of your web application control flow. It offers some interesting tips on using a synchronizer token pattern to effectively reduce duplicate submissions. Although it tends to be geared towards Struts applications, the concepts can apply to any valid MVC type flow control.

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Comment I've been meaning to check out the WebWork2 framework. I've briefly worked with Struts and I've also used my own customized MVC framework, but I need to get around to trying out WebWork2.

Mon Aug 4, 2003 9:44 pm MST by javapro

Comment I implemented this token-based duplicate form submit prevention in WebWork2. There's actually 2 versions, one of which just returns an error code to show the error page, and the other of which saves the first request process in its final form and re-displays it for duplicate posts.

Mon Aug 4, 2003 8:15 pm MST by Jason Carreira

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