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From "Filip S. Adamsen" <...@fsadev.com>
Subject Re: Best way to implement a "This website is undergoing maintenance" page?
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2009 10:53:15 GMT
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Hello there!

That sounds like the approach I would take if I were you. The code on
the page you found would be a good starting point, I don't think much of
it - if anything - has changed. And if it has, it's most likely very
easy to figure out.

That said, this list is about the development of Tapestry itself - you
should use the users list for questions like this. There are a lot more
people on there, so your questions have a better chance of being
answered. :)

/Filip

On 2009-02-11 04:01, daniel joyce wrote:
> Okay, I found a page:
> 
> Tapestry5HowToCreateADispatcher
> 
> But I know a lot has changed since 2007. Any updates I need to be aware of?
> 
> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 7:00 PM, daniel joyce <daniel.a.joyce@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm working a simple out of the box community website system using
>> Tapestry, H2 and JDO ( Data Nucleus ). I want to provide a way for the
>> admin to click a button and have all subsequent requests for content
>> come up "This website is undergoing maintenance, please try again
>> later".
>>
>> There is a lot of magic in the tapestry framework ( specially named
>> classes for setting up services, etc ), and talks about command
>> chains, and other things. The documentation provides a basic overview,
>> but I can't find any info on how these things are built, or how to
>> inject my own behaviour.
>>
>> I think I need to inject a custom Dispatcher in the Master Dispatcher
>> Service, but I can't find any docs on how to do this. My plan is this
>> dispatcher would check to see if this flag were active, and if so,
>> redirect all requests to the "undergoing maintenance" page.
>>
>> Very nice framework, just trying to figure out where all the magic is.
>>
>> -Daniel
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