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Re: [rest-practices] [Fwd: [rhevm-api] concatenating Link headers in response to entry-point HEAD method]

I think there's a getHeader() in the servlet API that returns only the first, but a pluralized getHeaders() or similar that returns an array of all. But this is request headers, not response header processing on the client end.

No idea about apache clients.


On May 5, 2010, at 8:42 AM, Bill Burke wrote:

Hmmm, i thought that apache client or the servlet container would do it automatically. Ok, i'll log this as a bug.

Mark McLoughlin wrote:
On Tue, 2010-05-04 at 17:25 -0400, Bill Burke wrote:
By concatenation, you mean comma delimited, right? That's what the link header spec defines.
Yes, exactly.
RESTeasy doesn't concatenate them by default, so we decided to do it
manually to avoid any problems with clients

Bill Burke
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