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Print the request headers and the session attributes


<%--
  Copyright (c2002 by Phil Hanna
  All rights reserved.
  
  You may study, use, modify, and distribute this
  software for any purpose provided that this
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  This software is provided without warranty
  either expressed or implied.
--%>
<%@ page
      errorPage="ErrorPage.jsp"
      import="java.io.*"
      import="java.util.*"
%>

<%
   Enumeration enames;
   Map map;
   String title;

   // Print the request headers

   map = new TreeMap();
   enames = request.getHeaderNames();
   while (enames.hasMoreElements()) {
      String name = (Stringenames.nextElement();
      String value = request.getHeader(name);
      map.put(name, value);
   }
   out.println(createTable(map, "Request Headers"));

   // Print the session attributes

   map = new TreeMap();
   enames = session.getAttributeNames();
   while (enames.hasMoreElements()) {
      String name = (Stringenames.nextElement();
      String value = "" + session.getAttribute(name);
      map.put(name, value);
   }
   out.println(createTable(map, "Session Attributes"));

%>

<%-- Define a method to create an HTML table --%>

<%!
   private static String createTable(Map map, String title)
   {
      StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();

      // Generate the header lines

      sb.append("<table border='1' cellpadding='3'>");
      sb.append("<tr>");
      sb.append("<th colspan='2'>");
      sb.append(title);
      sb.append("</th>");
      sb.append("</tr>");

      // Generate the table rows

      Iterator imap = map.entrySet().iterator();
      while (imap.hasNext()) {
         Map.Entry entry = (Map.Entryimap.next();
         String key = (Stringentry.getKey();
         String value = (Stringentry.getValue();
         sb.append("<tr>");
         sb.append("<td>");
         sb.append(key);
         sb.append("</td>");
         sb.append("<td>");
         sb.append(value);
         sb.append("</td>");
         sb.append("</tr>");
      }

      // Generate the footer lines

      sb.append("</table><p></p>");

      // Return the generated HTML

      return sb.toString();
   }
%>

           
       














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