net.liftweb.http

S

trait S extends HasParams with Loggable

An object representing the current state of the HTTP request and response. It uses the DynamicVariable construct such that each thread has its own local session info without passing a huge state construct around. The S object is initialized by LiftSession on request startup.

See also

LiftFilter

,

LiftSession

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  6. def ?(str: String, params: Any*): String

    Attempt to localize and then format the given string.

    Attempt to localize and then format the given string. This uses the String.format method to format the localized string. We first try your own bundle resources, if that fails, we try Lift's core bundle.

    str

    the string to localize

    params

    the var-arg parameters applied for string formatting

    returns

    the localized and formatted version of the string

    See also

    # resourceBundles

    ,

    String.format

  7. def ?(str: String, locale: Locale): String

    Get a localized string or return the original string.

    Get a localized string or return the original string. We first try your own bundle resources, if that fails, we try Lift's core bundle.

    str

    the string to localize

    locale

    specific locale that should be used to localize this string

    returns

    the localized version of the string

    See also

    # resourceBundles

  8. def ?(str: String): String

    Get a localized string or return the original string.

    Get a localized string or return the original string. We first try your own bundle resources, if that fails, we try Lift's core bundle.

    str

    the string to localize

    returns

    the localized version of the string

    See also

    # resourceBundles

  9. def addAnalyzer(f: (Box[Req], Long, List[(String, Long)]) ⇒ Any): Unit

    Add a query analyzer (passed queries for analysis or logging).

    Add a query analyzer (passed queries for analysis or logging). The analyzer methods are executed with the request, total time to process the request, and the List of query log entries once the current request completes.

    See also

    # queryLog

    ,

    # logQuery

  10. def addAround(lw: LoanWrapper): Unit

    You can wrap the handling of an HTTP request with your own wrapper.

    You can wrap the handling of an HTTP request with your own wrapper. The wrapper can execute code before and after the request is processed (but still have S scope). This allows for query analysis, etc. Wrappers are chained, much like servlet filters, so you can layer processing on the request. As an example, let's look at a wrapper that opens a resource and makes it available via a RequestVar, then closes the resource when finished:

    import net.liftweb.http.{ ResourceVar,S }
    import net.liftweb.util.LoanWrapper

    // Where "ResourceType" is defined by you object myResource extends ResourceVar[ResourceType](...)

    class Boot { def boot { ... S.addAround( new LoanWrapper { def apply[T](f: => T) : T = { myResource(... code to open and return a resource instance ...) f() // This call propagates the request further down the "chain" for template processing, etc. myResource.is.close() // Release the resource } } ) ... } }

    This method is *NOT* intended to change the generated HTTP request or to respond to requests early. LoanWrappers are there to set up and take down state *ONLY*. The LoanWrapper may be called outside the scope of an HTTP request (e.g., as part of an Actor invocation).

    See also

    LoanWrapper

    ,

    # addAround ( LoanWrapper )

  11. def addAround(lw: List[LoanWrapper]): Unit

    You can wrap the handling of an HTTP request with your own wrapper.

    You can wrap the handling of an HTTP request with your own wrapper. The wrapper can execute code before and after the request is processed (but still have S scope). This allows for query analysis, etc. See S.addAround(LoanWrapper) for an example. This version of the method takes a list of LoanWrappers that are applied in order. This method is *NOT* intended to change the generated HTTP request or to respond to requests early. LoanWrappers are there to set up and take down state *ONLY*. The LoanWrapper may be called outside the scope of an HTTP request (e.g., as part of an Actor invocation).

    See also

    LoanWrapper

    ,

    # addAround ( LoanWrapper )

  12. def addCleanupFunc(f: () ⇒ Unit): Unit

    Adds a cleanup function that will be executed at the end of the request pocessing.

    Adds a cleanup function that will be executed at the end of the request pocessing. Exceptions thrown from these functions will be swallowed, so make sure to handle any expected exceptions within your function.

    f

    The function to execute at the end of the request.

  13. def addCookie(cookie: HTTPCookie): Unit

    Adds a Cookie to the List[Cookies] that will be sent with the Response.

    Adds a Cookie to the List[Cookies] that will be sent with the Response.

    If you wish to delete a Cookie as part of the Response, use the deleteCookie method.

    An example of adding and removing a Cookie is:

    import net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPCookie

    class MySnippet { final val cookieName = "Fred"

    def cookieDemo (xhtml : NodeSeq) : NodeSeq = { var cookieVal = S.findCookie(cookieName).map(_.getvalue) openOr ""

    def setCookie() { val cookie = HTTPCookie(cookieName, cookieVal).setMaxAge(3600) // 3600 seconds, or one hour S.addCookie(cookie) }

    bind("cookie", xhtml, "value" -> SHtml.text(cookieVal, cookieVal = _), "add" -> SHtml.submit("Add", setCookie) "remove" -> SHtml.link(S.uri, () => S.deleteCookie(cookieName), "Delete Cookie") ) } }

    See also

    # responseCookies

    ,

    # deleteCookie ( String )

    ,

    # deleteCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPCookie

  14. def addFunctionMap(name: String, value: AFuncHolder): Unit

    Associates a name with a function impersonated by AFuncHolder.

    Associates a name with a function impersonated by AFuncHolder. These are basically functions that are executed when a request contains the 'name' request parameter.

  15. def addHighLevelSessionDispatcher(name: String, disp: DispatchPF): Box[HashMap[String, DispatchPF]]

    Adds a dispatch function for the current session, as opposed to a global dispatch through LiftRules.

    Adds a dispatch function for the current session, as opposed to a global dispatch through LiftRules.dispatch. An example would be if we wanted a user to be able to download a document only when logged in. First, we define a dispatch function to handle the download, specific to a given user:

    def getDocument(userId : Long)() : Box[LiftResponse] =  { ... }
    

    Then, in the login/logout handling snippets, we could install and remove the custom dispatch as appropriate:

      def login(xhtml : NodeSeq) : NodeSeq =  {
        def doAuth ()  {
          ...
          if (user.loggedIn_?)  {
            S.addHighLevelSessionDispatcher("docDownload",  {
              case Req(List("download", "docs"), _, _) => getDocument(user.id)
    } )
    }
    }

    def logout(xhtml : NodeSeq) : NodeSeq = { def doLogout () { ... S.removeHighLevelSessionDispatcher("docDownload") // or, if more than one dispatch has been installed, this is simpler S.clearHighLevelSessionDispatcher } }

    It's important to note that per-session dispatch takes precedence over LiftRules.dispatch, so you can override things set there.

    name

    A name for the dispatch. This can be used to remove it later by name.

    disp

    The dispatch partial function

    See also

    # clearHighLevelSessionDispatcher

    ,

    # removeHighLevelSessionDispatcher

    ,

    LiftRules.dispatch

    ,

    LiftRules.DispatchPF

  16. def addSessionRewriter(name: String, rw: RewritePF): Box[HashMap[String, RewritePF]]

    Adds a per-session rewrite function.

    Adds a per-session rewrite function. This can be used if you only want a particular rewrite to be valid within a given session. Per-session rewrites take priority over rewrites set in LiftRules.rewrite, so you can use this mechanism to override global functionality. For example, you could set up a global rule to make requests for the "account profile" page go back to the home page by default:

    package bootstrap.liftweb
    ... imports ...
    class Boot  {
      def boot  {
        LiftRules.rewrite.append  {
          case RewriteRequest(ParsePath(List("profile")), _, _, _) =>
            RewriteResponse(List("index"))
    }
    }
    }
    

    Then, in your login snippet, you could set up a per-session rewrite to the correct template:

    def loginSnippet (xhtml : NodeSeq) : NodeSeq =  {
      ...
      def doLogin ()  {
        ...
        S.addSessionRewriter("profile",  {
          case RewriteRequest(ParsePath(List("profile")), _, _, _) =>
            RewriteResponse(List("viewProfile"), Map("user" -> user.id))
    }
        ...
    }
      ...
    }
    

    And in your logout snippet you can remove the rewrite:

      def doLogout ()  {
        S.removeSessionRewriter("profile")
        // or
        S.clearSessionRewriter
    }
    

    name

    A name for the rewrite function so that it can be replaced or deleted later.

    See also

    # clearSessionRewriter

    ,

    # removeSessionRewriter

    ,

    # sessionRewriter

    ,

    LiftRules.rewrite

  17. def addSnippetForClass(cls: String, inst: DispatchSnippet): Unit

    Register a stateful snippet for a given class name.

    Register a stateful snippet for a given class name. Only registers if the name is not already set.

  18. def appendGlobalJs(js: JsCmd*): Unit

    Add javascript to the page rendering that will execute in the global scope.

    Add javascript to the page rendering that will execute in the global scope. Usually you should use appendJs, so that the javascript runs after the entire dom is available. If you need to declare a global var or you want javascript to execute immediately with no guarantee that the entire dom is available, you may use appendGlobalJs.

  19. def appendJs(js: Seq[JsCmd]): Unit

    Sometimes it's helpful to accumute JavaScript as part of servicing a request.

    Sometimes it's helpful to accumute JavaScript as part of servicing a request. For example, you may want to accumulate the JavaScript as part of an Ajax response or a Comet Rendering or as part of a regular HTML rendering. Call S.appendJs(jsCmd). The accumulated Javascript will be emitted as part of the response, wrapped in an OnLoad to ensure that it executes after the entire dom is available. If for some reason you need to run javascript at the top-level scope, use appendGlobalJs.

  20. def appendJs(js: JsCmd): Unit

    Sometimes it's helpful to accumute JavaScript as part of servicing a request.

    Sometimes it's helpful to accumute JavaScript as part of servicing a request. For example, you may want to accumulate the JavaScript as part of an Ajax response or a Comet Rendering or as part of a regular HTML rendering. Call S.appendJs(jsCmd). The accumulated Javascript will be emitted as part of the response, wrapped in an OnLoad to ensure that it executes after the entire dom is available. If for some reason you need to run javascript at the top-level scope, use appendGlobalJs.

  21. def appendNotices(list: Seq[(Value, NodeSeq, Box[String])]): Unit

    Add a whole list of notices

  22. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0

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  23. def assertExceptionThrown(): Unit

    An exception was thrown during the processing of this request.

    An exception was thrown during the processing of this request. This is tested to see if the transaction should be rolled back

  24. def atEndOfBody(): List[Elem]

    Get the accumulated Elems for the end of the body

    Get the accumulated Elems for the end of the body

    See also

    putAtEndOfBody

  25. object attr extends AttrHelper[Box]

    Used to get an attribute by its name.

  26. def attrs: List[(Either[String, (String, String)], String)]

    Get a list of current attributes.

    Get a list of current attributes. Each attribute item is a pair of (key,value). The key is an Either that depends on whether the attribute is prefixed or not. If the attribute is prefixed, the key is a Right((prefix, name)). If the attribute is unprefixed then the key is a Left(name). For example, the following table shows how various tag attributes would be represented:

    Snippet Tag Parsed attrs
    <lift:MySnippet testname="test" /> List((Left("testname"), "test"))
    <lift:MySnippet anchor:name="test" /> List((Right(("anchor", "name")), "test"))

    The prefixedAttrsToMap method provides a convenient way to retrieve only attributes with a given prefix. The prefixedAttrsToMetaData method can be used to add attributes onto an XML node

    See also

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String, Map )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String, Map )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String )

  27. def attrsFlattenToMap: Map[String, String]

    Converts the S.

    Converts the S.attrs to a Map[String, String]. The key of the map depends on whether the attribute is prefixed or not. Prefixed attributes have keys of the form "prefix:name", while unprefixed attributes have keys of the form "name". If you only want attributes for a specific prefix, use prefixedAttrsToMap.

    See also

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String, Map )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String )

  28. def attrsToMetaData(predicate: (String) ⇒ Boolean): MetaData

    Similar to S.

    Similar to S.attrsToMetaData, but lets you specify a predicate function that filters the generated MetaData. For example, if you only wanted the "id" attribute, you could do:

    val myDiv = (

    {...} ) % S.attrsToMetaData(_.equalsIgnoreCase("id"))

    predicate

    The predicate function which is executed for each attribute name. If the function returns true, then the attribute is included in the MetaData.

    See also

    # attrsToMetaData

  29. def attrsToMetaData: MetaData

    Converts S.

    Converts S.attrs attributes to a MetaData object that can be used to add attributes to one or more XML elements. Similar to prefixedAttrsToMetaData, except that it handles both prefixed and unprefixed attributes. This version of the method will use all of the currently set attributes from S.attrs. If you want to filter it, use the attrsToMetaData(String => Boolean) version, which allows you to specify a predicate function for filtering. For example, if you want all of the current attributes to be added to a div tag, you could do:

    val myDiv = (

    {...} ) % S.attrsToMetaData

    returns

    a MetaData instance representing all attributes in S.attrs

    See also

    # attrsToMetaData ( String = > Boolean )

  30. def buildJsonFunc(name: Box[String], onError: Box[JsCmd], f: (Any) ⇒ JsCmd): (JsonCall, JsCmd)

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands

    name

    -- the optional name of the command (placed in a comment for testing)

    f

    - function returning a JsCmds

    returns

    ( JsonCall, JsCmd )

  31. def buildJsonFunc(onError: JsCmd, f: (Any) ⇒ JsCmd): (JsonCall, JsCmd)

  32. def buildJsonFunc(f: (Any) ⇒ JsCmd): (JsonCall, JsCmd)

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands

    f

    - function returning a JsCmds

    returns

    ( JsonCall, JsCmd )

  33. def callOnce[T](f: ⇒ T): T

    If you bind functions (i.

    If you bind functions (i.e. using SHtml helpers) inside the closure passed to callOnce, after your function is invoked, it will be automatically removed from functions cache so that it cannot be invoked again.

  34. def clearAttrs[T](f: ⇒ T): T

    Sometimes, in the course of eager evaluation, it becomes necessary to clear attribtues so they do not polute the eagerly evaluated stuff.

    Sometimes, in the course of eager evaluation, it becomes necessary to clear attribtues so they do not polute the eagerly evaluated stuff. When you need to clear the attributes, wrap your code block in clearAttrs and have fun.

    T

    the return type of the code block

    f

    the call-by-name code block to run where the attributes are clear

    returns

    the return value of the code block

  35. def clearCurrentNotices: Unit

    Clears up the notices

  36. def clearFunctionMap: Unit

    Clears the function map.

    Clears the function map. potentially very destuctive... use at your own risk!

  37. def clearHighLevelSessionDispatcher: Box[Unit]

    Clears all custom dispatch functions from the current session.

    Clears all custom dispatch functions from the current session. See addHighLevelSessionDispatcher for an example of usage.

    See also

    # clearHighLevelSessionDispatcher

    ,

    # addHighLevelSessionDispatcher

    ,

    LiftRules.dispatch

    ,

    LiftRules.DispatchPF

  38. def clearSessionRewriter: Box[Unit]

    Clears the per-session rewrite table.

    Clears the per-session rewrite table. See addSessionRewriter for an example of usage.

    See also

    # removeSessionRewriter

    ,

    # addSessionRewriter

    ,

    LiftRules.rewrite

  39. def clone(): AnyRef

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  40. def containerRequest: Box[HTTPRequest]

    The current container request

  41. def containerSession: Box[HTTPSession]

    Returns the HttpSession

  42. def contextFuncBuilder(f: AFuncHolder): AFuncHolder

    Wrap an AFuncHolder with the current snippet and Loc context so that for Ajax calls, the original snippets, RequestVars and Loc (location) are populated

    Wrap an AFuncHolder with the current snippet and Loc context so that for Ajax calls, the original snippets, RequestVars and Loc (location) are populated

    f

    the AFuncHolder that you want to wrap with execution context

  43. def contextPath: String

    The current context path for the deployment.

  44. def cookieValue(name: String): Box[String]

    Get the cookie value for the given cookie

  45. def createJsonFunc(name: Box[String], onError: Box[JsCmd], pfp: PFPromoter[JValue, JsCmd]): (JsonCall, JsCmd)

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands based on the new Json Parser.

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands based on the new Json Parser. You can use the helpful Extractor in net.liftweb.util.JsonCommand

    name

    -- the optional name of the command (placed in a comment for testing)

    onError

    -- the JavaScript to execute client-side if the request is not processed by the server

    returns

    ( JsonCall, JsCmd )

  46. def createJsonFunc(onError: JsCmd, f: PFPromoter[JValue, JsCmd]): (JsonCall, JsCmd)

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands based on the new Json Parser

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands based on the new Json Parser

    onError

    -- the JavaScript to execute client-side if the request is not processed by the server

    f

    - partial function against a returning a JsCmds

    returns

    ( JsonCall, JsCmd )

  47. def createJsonFunc(f: PFPromoter[JValue, JsCmd]): (JsonCall, JsCmd)

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands based on the new Json Parser

    Build a handler for incoming JSON commands based on the new Json Parser

    f

    - partial function against a returning a JsCmds

    returns

    ( JsonCall, JsCmd )

  48. object currentAttr extends AttrHelper[Box]

    Used to get an attribute by its name from the current snippet element.

  49. def currentAttrs: MetaData

    Retrieves the attributes from the most recently executed snippet element.

    Retrieves the attributes from the most recently executed snippet element.

    For example, given the snippets:

    <lift:MyStuff.snippetA foo="bar">
      <lift.MyStuff.snippetB>...</lift.MyStuff.snippetB>
    </lift:MyStuff.snippetA>
    

    S.currentAttrs will return Nil.

    If you want a particular attribute, the S.currentAttr helper object simplifies things considerably.

  50. def currentAttrsToMetaData(predicate: (String) ⇒ Boolean): MetaData

    Similar to S.

    Similar to S.attrsToMetaData, but lets you specify a predicate function that filters the generated MetaData. For example, if you only wanted the "id" attribute, you could do:

    val myDiv = (

    {...} ) % S.attrsToMetaData(_.equalsIgnoreCase("id"))

    predicate

    The predicate function which is executed for each attribute name. If the function returns true, then the attribute is included in the MetaData.

    See also

    # attrsToMetaData

  51. def currentAttrsToMetaData: MetaData

    Converts S.

    Converts S.attrs attributes to a MetaData object that can be used to add attributes to one or more XML elements. Similar to prefixedAttrsToMetaData, except that it handles both prefixed and unprefixed attributes. This version of the method will use all of the currently set attributes from S.attrs. If you want to filter it, use the currentAttrsToMetaData(String => Boolean) version, which allows you to specify a predicate function for filtering. For example, if you want all of the current attributes to be added to a div tag, you could do:

    val myDiv = (

    {...} ) % S.attrsToMetaData

    returns

    a MetaData instance representing all attributes in S.attrs

    See also

    # attrsToMetaData ( String = > Boolean )

  52. def currentCometActor: Box[LiftCometActor]

  53. def currentSnippet: Box[String]

  54. def currentSnippetNodeSeq: Box[NodeSeq]

    The current raw NodeSeq that resulted in a snippet invocation

    The current raw NodeSeq that resulted in a snippet invocation

    returns

    The current raw NodeSeq that resulted in a snippet invocation

  55. def deleteCookie(name: String): Unit

    Deletes the cookie from the user's browser.

    Deletes the cookie from the user's browser.

    name

    the name of the cookie to delete

    See also

    # deleteCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    # addCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPCookie

  56. def deleteCookie(cookie: HTTPCookie): Unit

    Deletes the cookie from the user's browser.

    Deletes the cookie from the user's browser.

    cookie

    the Cookie to delete

    See also

    # deleteCookie ( String )

    ,

    # addCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPCookie

  57. def disableTestFuncNames[T](f: ⇒ T): T

  58. def disableTestFuncNames_?: Boolean

  59. def eagerEval: (NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq

    A function that will eagerly evaluate a template.

  60. def encodeURL(url: String): String

    Decorates an URL with jsessionid parameter in case cookies are disabled from the container.

    Decorates an URL with jsessionid parameter in case cookies are disabled from the container. Also it appends general purpose parameters defined by LiftRules.urlDecorate

  61. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  62. def equals(arg0: Any): Boolean

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  63. def error(vi: List[FieldError]): Unit

    Sets an ERROR notices from a List[FieldError]

  64. def error(id: String, n: String): Unit

    Sets an ERROR notice as plain text and associates it with an id

  65. def error(id: String, n: NodeSeq): Unit

    Sets an ERROR notice as an XML sequence and associates it with an id

  66. def error(n: NodeSeq): Unit

    Sets an ERROR notice as an XML sequence

  67. def error(n: String): Unit

    Sets an ERROR notice as a plain text

  68. def errors: List[(NodeSeq, Box[String])]

    Returns only ERROR notices

  69. def eval(template: NodeSeq, snips: (String, (NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq)*): Box[NodeSeq]

    Evaluate a template for snippets.

    Evaluate a template for snippets. This can be used to run a template from within some other Lift processing, such as a snippet or view.

    template

    the HTML template to run through the Snippet re-writing process

    snips

    any snippet mapping specific to this template run

    returns

    a Full Box containing the processed template, or a Failure if the template could not be found.

  70. def exceptionThrown_?: Boolean

    Was an exception thrown during the processing of the current request?

  71. def finalize(): Unit

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  72. def findCookie(name: String): Box[HTTPCookie]

    Finds a cookie with the given name that was sent in the request.

    Finds a cookie with the given name that was sent in the request.

    name

    - the name of the cookie to find

    returns

    Full ( cookie ) if the cookie exists, Empty otherwise

    See also

    # deleteCookie ( String )

    ,

    # deleteCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    # addCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    # receivedCookies

    ,

    net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPCookie

  73. def fmapFunc[T](in: AFuncHolder)(f: (String) ⇒ T): T

    Maps a function with an random generated and name

  74. def forHead(): List[Elem]

    Get the accumulated Elems for head

    Get the accumulated Elems for head

    See also

    putInHead

  75. def formFuncName: String

  76. def formGroup[T](group: Int)(f: ⇒ T): T

  77. def functionLifespan[T](span: Boolean)(f: ⇒ T): T

    Functions that are mapped to HTML elements are, by default, garbage collected if they are not seen in the browser in the last 10 minutes (defined in LiftRules.

    Functions that are mapped to HTML elements are, by default, garbage collected if they are not seen in the browser in the last 10 minutes (defined in LiftRules.unusedFunctionsLifeTime). In some cases (e.g., JSON handlers), you may want to extend the lifespan of the functions to the lifespan of the session.

    span

    If true, extend the mapped function lifetime to the life of the session

    f

    A function to execute in the context of specified span

    See also

    LiftRules.unusedFunctionsLifeTime

  78. def functionLifespan_?: Boolean

    Returns whether functions are currently extended to the lifetime of the session.

    Returns whether functions are currently extended to the lifetime of the session.

    returns

    true if mapped functions will currently last the life of the session.

  79. def functionMap: Map[String, AFuncHolder]

    Get a map of function name bindings that are used for form and other processing.

    Get a map of function name bindings that are used for form and other processing. Using these bindings is considered advanced functionality.

  80. def get(what: String): Box[String]

    Returns the LiftSession parameter denominated by 'what'.

    Returns the LiftSession parameter denominated by 'what'.

    See also

    # unsetSessionAttribute

    ,

    # unset

    ,

    # setSessionAttribute

    ,

    # set

    ,

    # getSessionAttribute

  81. def getAllNotices: List[(Value, NodeSeq, Box[String])]

    Returns the current and "old" notices

  82. final def getClass(): java.lang.Class[_]

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  83. def getDocType: (Boolean, Box[String])

    Returns the document type that was set for the response.

    Returns the document type that was set for the response. The default is XHTML 1.0 Transitional.

    See also

    DocType

    ,

    setDocType

  84. def getNotices: List[(Value, NodeSeq, Box[String])]

    Returns the current notices

  85. def getRequestHeader(name: String): Box[String]

    Returns the current value of the given HTTP request header as a Box.

    Returns the current value of the given HTTP request header as a Box. This is really just a thin wrapper on Req.header(String). For response headers, see S.getHeaders, S.setHeader, or S.getHeader.

    name

    The name of the HTTP header to retrieve

    returns

    A Full(value) or Empty if the header isn't set

    See also

    # getHeaders ( List[ ( String, String ) ] )

    ,

    # setHeader ( String, String )

    ,

    # getHeader ( String )

    ,

    Req # header ( String )

  86. def getResponseHeader(name: String): Box[String]

    Returns the current set value of the given HTTP response header as a Box.

    Returns the current set value of the given HTTP response header as a Box. If you want a request header, use Req.getHeader or S.getRequestHeader.

    name

    The name of the HTTP header to retrieve

    returns

    A Full(value) or Empty if the header isn't set

    See also

    # getRequestHeader ( String )

    ,

    # getResponseHeaders ( List[ ( String, String ) ] )

    ,

    # setHeader ( String, String )

  87. def getResponseHeaders(in: List[(String, String)]): List[(String, String)]

    Returns the currently set HTTP response headers as a List[(String, String)].

    Returns the currently set HTTP response headers as a List[(String, String)]. To retrieve a specific response header, use S.getResponseHeader. If you want to get request headers (those sent by the client), use Req.getHeaders or S.getRequestHeader.

    See also

    # getRequestHeader ( String )

    ,

    # getResponseHeader ( String )

    ,

    # setHeader ( String, String )

  88. def getSessionAttribute(what: String): Box[String]

    Returns the HttpSession parameter denominated by 'what'

    Returns the HttpSession parameter denominated by 'what'

    See also

    # unsetSessionAttribute

    ,

    # unset

    ,

    # setSessionAttribute

    ,

    # set

    ,

    # get

  89. def get_?: Boolean

    Test the current request to see if it's a GET.

    Test the current request to see if it's a GET. This is a thin wrapper on Req.get_?

    returns

    true if the request is a GET, false otherwise.

    See also

    Req.get_ ?

  90. def hashCode(): Int

    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  91. def highLevelSessionDispatchList: List[DispatchHolder]

    Return the list of DispatchHolders set for this session.

    Return the list of DispatchHolders set for this session.

    See also

    DispatchHolder

  92. def highLevelSessionDispatcher: List[DispatchPF]

    Return a List of the LiftRules.

    Return a List of the LiftRules.DispatchPF functions that are set for this session. See addHighLevelSessionDispatcher for an example of how these are used.

    See also

    # clearHighLevelSessionDispatcher

    ,

    # removeHighLevelSessionDispatcher ( String )

    ,

    # addHighLevelSessionDispatcher ( String, LiftRules.DispatchPF )

    ,

    LiftRules.DispatchPF

  93. def hostAndPath: String

    The host and path of the request up to and including the context path.

    The host and path of the request up to and including the context path. This does not include the template path or query string.

  94. def hostName: String

    The hostname to which the request was sent.

    The hostname to which the request was sent. This is taken from the "Host" HTTP header, or if that does not exist, the DNS name or IP address of the server.

  95. def htmlProperties: HtmlProperties

    Get the current instance of HtmlProperties

  96. def idMessages(f: ⇒ List[(NodeSeq, Box[String])]): List[(String, List[NodeSeq])]

    Returns the messages that are associated with any id.

    Returns the messages that are associated with any id. Messages associated with the same id will be enlisted.

    f

    - the function that returns the messages

  97. def ieMode: Boolean

    returns

    true if this response should be rendered in IE6/IE7 compatibility mode.

    See also

    Req.isIE

    ,

    Req.isIE8

    ,

    Req.isIE7

    ,

    Req.isIE6

    ,

    LiftRules.calcIEMode

    ,

    LiftSession.ieMode

  98. def ignoreFailedSnippets: Boolean

    returns

    should failed snippets be ignored and have the original NodeSeq returned?

  99. def inStatefulScope_?: Boolean

    This method returns true if the S object has been initialized for our current scope.

    This method returns true if the S object has been initialized for our current scope. If the S object has not been initialized then functionality on S will not work.

  100. def init[B](request: Req, session: LiftSession)(f: ⇒ B): B

    Initialize the current request session.

    Initialize the current request session. Generally this is handled by Lift during request processing, but this method is available in case you want to use S outside the scope of a request (standard HTTP or Comet).

    request

    The Req instance for this request

    session

    the LiftSession for this request

    f

    Function to execute within the scope of the request and session

  101. def initIfUninitted[B](session: LiftSession)(f: ⇒ B): B

    Initialize the current request session if it's not already initialized.

    Initialize the current request session if it's not already initialized. Generally this is handled by Lift during request processing, but this method is available in case you want to use S outside the scope of a request (standard HTTP or Comet).

    session

    the LiftSession for this request

    f

    A function to execute within the scope of the session

  102. def invokedAs: String

    Returns the 'type' S attribute.

    Returns the 'type' S attribute. This corresponds to the current Snippet's name. For example, the snippet:

      <lift:Hello.world />
    

    Will return "Hello.world".

  103. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean

    Definition Classes
    Any
  104. def jsToAppend(): List[JsCmd]

    Get the accumulated JavaScript

    Get the accumulated JavaScript

    See also

    appendJs

  105. def jsonFmapFunc[T](in: (Any) ⇒ JsObj)(f: (String) ⇒ T): T

    Maps a function with an random generated and name

  106. def liftCoreResourceBundle: Box[ResourceBundle]

    Get the lift core resource bundle for the current locale as defined by the LiftRules.

    Get the lift core resource bundle for the current locale as defined by the LiftRules.liftCoreResourceName varibale.

    See also

    LiftRules.liftCoreResourceName

  107. def loc(str: String, xform: (NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq): Box[NodeSeq]

    Localize the incoming string based on a resource bundle for the current locale.

    Localize the incoming string based on a resource bundle for the current locale. The localized string is converted to an XML element if necessary via the LiftRules.localizeStringToXml function (the default behavior is to wrap it in a Text element). If the lookup fails for a given resource bundle (e.g. a null is returned), then the LiftRules.localizationLookupFailureNotice function is called with the input string and locale. The function is applied to the result/

    str

    the string or ID to localize

    xform

    the function that transforms the NodeSeq

    returns

    A Full box containing the localized XML or Empty if there's no way to do localization

    See also

    # loc ( String, NodeSeq )

    ,

    LiftRules.localizationLookupFailureNotice

    ,

    LiftRules.localizeStringToXml

    ,

    # resourceBundles

    ,

    # locale

  108. def loc(str: String, dflt: NodeSeq): NodeSeq

    Localize the incoming string based on a resource bundle for the current locale, with a default value to to return if localization fails.

    Localize the incoming string based on a resource bundle for the current locale, with a default value to to return if localization fails.

    str

    the string or ID to localize

    dflt

    the default string to return if localization fails

    returns

    the localized XHTML or default value

    See also

    # loc ( String )

  109. def loc(str: String): Box[NodeSeq]

    Localize the incoming string based on a resource bundle for the current locale.

    Localize the incoming string based on a resource bundle for the current locale. The localized string is converted to an XML element if necessary via the LiftRules.localizeStringToXml function (the default behavior is to wrap it in a Text element). If the lookup fails for a given resource bundle (e.g. a null is returned), then the LiftRules.localizationLookupFailureNotice function is called with the input string and locale.

    str

    the string or ID to localize

    returns

    A Full box containing the localized XML or Empty if there's no way to do localization

    See also

    # loc ( String, NodeSeq )

    ,

    LiftRules.localizationLookupFailureNotice

    ,

    LiftRules.localizeStringToXml

    ,

    # resourceBundles

    ,

    # locale

  110. def locale: Locale

    Returns the Locale for this request based on the LiftRules.

    Returns the Locale for this request based on the LiftRules.localeCalculator method.

    See also

    java.util.Locale

    ,

    LiftRules.localeCalculator ( HTTPRequest )

  111. def locateMappedSnippet(name: String): Box[(NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq]

  112. def locateSnippet(name: String): Box[(NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq]

    Finds a snippet function by name.

    Finds a snippet function by name.

    See also

    LiftRules.snippets

  113. def location: Box[net.liftweb.sitemap.Loc[_]]

  114. def logQuery(query: String, time: Long): ListBuffer[(String, Long)]

    Log a query for the given request.

    Log a query for the given request. The query log can be tested to see if queries for the particular page rendering took too long. The query log starts empty for each new request. net.liftweb.mapper.DB.queryCollector is a method that can be used as a log function for the net.liftweb.mapper.DB.addLogFunc method to enable logging of Mapper queries. You would set it up in your bootstrap like:

    import net.liftweb.mapper.DB
    import net.liftweb.http.S
    class Boot  {
      def boot  {
        ...
        DB.addLogFunc(DB.queryCollector)
        ...
    }
    }
    

    Note that the query log is simply stored as a List and is not sent to any output by default. To retrieve the List of query log items, use S.queryLog. You can also provide your own analysis function that will process the query log via S.addAnalyzer.

    See also

    net.liftweb.mapper.DB.addLogFunc

    ,

    # addAnalyzer

    ,

    # queryLog

  115. def loggedIn_?: Boolean

    This method is a convenience accessor for LiftRules.

    This method is a convenience accessor for LiftRules.loggedInTest. You can define your own function to check to see if a user is logged in there and this will call it.

    returns

    the value from executing LiftRules.loggedInTest, or false if a test function is not defined.

    See also

    LiftRules.loggedInTest

  116. val logger: Logger

    Attributes
    protected
    Definition Classes
    Loggable
  117. def mapFuncToURI(uri: String, f: () ⇒ Unit): String

    Attaches to this uri and parameter that has function f associated with.

    Attaches to this uri and parameter that has function f associated with. When this request is submitted to server the function will be executed and then it is automatically cleaned up from functions caches.

  118. def mapSnippet(name: String, func: (NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq): Unit

    Associates a name with a snippet function 'func'.

    Associates a name with a snippet function 'func'. This can be used to change a snippet mapping on a per-request basis. For example, if we have a page that we want to change behavior on based on query parameters, we could use mapSnippet to programmatically determine which snippet function to use for a given snippet in the template. Our code would look like:

      import scala.xml.{ NodeSeq,Text }
      class SnipMap  {
      def topSnippet (xhtml : NodeSeq) : NodeSeq =  {
      if (S.param("showAll").isDefined)  {
      S.mapSnippet("listing", listing)
      } else  {
      S.mapSnippet("listing",  { ignore => Text("") } )
      }

    ... }

    def listing(xhtml : NodeSeq) : NodeSeq = { ... }

    Then, your template would simply look like:

      <lift:surround with="default" at="content">
      ...
      <p><lift:SnipMap.topSnippet /></p>
      <p><lift:listing /></p>
      </lift:surround>
    

    Snippets are processed in the order that they're defined in the template, so if you want to use this approach make sure that the snippet that defines the mapping comes before the snippet that is being mapped. Also note that these mappings are per-request, and are discarded after the current request is processed.

    name

    The name of the snippet that you want to map (the part after "<lift:").

    func

    The snippet function to map to.

  119. def mapSnippetsWith[T](snips: (String, (NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq)*)(f: ⇒ T): T

    The are times when it's helpful to define snippets for a certain call stack.

    The are times when it's helpful to define snippets for a certain call stack... snippets that are local purpose. Use doWithSnippets to temporarily define snippet mappings for the life of f.

  120. def mapToAttrs(in: Map[String, String]): MetaData

    Converts a Map[String, String] into a MetaData instance.

    Converts a Map[String, String] into a MetaData instance. This can be used to add attributes to an XML element based on a map of attribute->value pairs. See prefixedAttrsToMetaData(String,Map) for an example.

    in

    The map of attributes

    returns

    MetaData representing the Map of attributes as unprefixed attributes.

    See also

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String, Map )

  121. def messages(f: ⇒ List[(NodeSeq, Box[String])]): List[NodeSeq]

    Returns all messages, associated with any id or not

    Returns all messages, associated with any id or not

    f

    - the function that returns the messages

  122. def messagesById(id: String)(f: ⇒ List[(NodeSeq, Box[String])]): List[NodeSeq]

    Returns the messages provided by list function that are associated with id

    Returns the messages provided by list function that are associated with id

    id

    - the lookup id

    f

    - the function that returns the messages

  123. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  124. def noIdMessages(f: ⇒ List[(NodeSeq, Box[String])]): List[NodeSeq]

    Returns the messages that are not associated with any id

    Returns the messages that are not associated with any id

    f

    - the function that returns the messages

  125. def notice(id: String, n: String): Unit

    Sets a NOTICE notice as plai text and associates it with an id

  126. def notice(id: String, n: NodeSeq): Unit

    Sets a NOTICE notice as and XML sequence and associates it with an id

  127. def notice(n: NodeSeq): Unit

    Sets a NOTICE notice as an XML sequence

  128. def notice(n: String): Unit

    Sets a NOTICE notice as plain text

  129. def notices: List[(NodeSeq, Box[String])]

    Returns only NOTICE notices

  130. final def notify(): Unit

    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  131. final def notifyAll(): Unit

    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  132. def oneShot[T](f: ⇒ T): T

    All functions created inside the oneShot scope will only be called once and their results will be cached and served again if the same function is invoked

  133. def originalRequest: Box[Req]

    If this is an Ajax request, return the original request that created the page.

    If this is an Ajax request, return the original request that created the page. The original request is useful because it has the original path which is helpful for localization purposes.

    returns

    the original request or if that's not available, the current request

  134. def overrideSnippetForClass(cls: String, inst: DispatchSnippet): Unit

    Register a stateful snippet for a given class name.

    Register a stateful snippet for a given class name. The addSnippetForClass method is preferred

  135. def param(n: String): Box[String]

    Returns the HTTP parameter having 'n' name

    Returns the HTTP parameter having 'n' name

    Definition Classes
    SHasParams
  136. def params(n: String): List[String]

    Returns all the HTTP parameters having 'n' name

  137. def post_?: Boolean

    Test the current request to see if it's a POST.

    Test the current request to see if it's a POST. This is a thin wrapper over Req.post_?

    returns

    true if the request is a POST request, false otherwise.

  138. def prefixedAttrsToMap(prefix: String): Map[String, String]

    Returns the S attributes that are prefixed by 'prefix' parameter as a Map[String, String]

    Returns the S attributes that are prefixed by 'prefix' parameter as a Map[String, String]

    prefix

    the prefix to be matched

    returns

    Map[String, String]

    See also

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String, Map )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String, Map )

  139. def prefixedAttrsToMap(prefix: String, start: Map[String, String]): Map[String, String]

    Returns the S attributes that are prefixed by 'prefix' parameter as a Map[String, String] that will be 'merged' with the 'start' Map

    Returns the S attributes that are prefixed by 'prefix' parameter as a Map[String, String] that will be 'merged' with the 'start' Map

    prefix

    the prefix to be matched

    start

    the initial Map

    returns

    Map[String, String]

    See also

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String, Map )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String )

  140. def prefixedAttrsToMetaData(prefix: String): MetaData

    Similar with prefixedAttrsToMetaData(prefix: String, start: Map[String, String]) but there is no 'start' Map

  141. def prefixedAttrsToMetaData(prefix: String, start: Map[String, String]): MetaData

    Returns the S attributes that are prefixed by 'prefix' parameter as a MetaData.

    Returns the S attributes that are prefixed by 'prefix' parameter as a MetaData. The start Map will be 'merged' with the Map resulted after prefix matching and the result Map will be converted to a MetaData. The MetaData can be used to add attributes back onto XML elements via Scala's '%' method. For example, if we wanted to add attributes prefixed with "anchor" to any <a> elements we create, we could do something like:

      val myLink = (...) % S.prefixedAttrsToMetaData("anchor", Map("id" -> "myAnchor"))
    

    prefix

    the prefix to be matched

    start

    the initial Map

    returns

    MetaData representing the combination of current attributes plus the start Map of attributes

    See also

    # prefixedAttrsToMetaData ( String )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String, Map )

    ,

    # prefixedAttrsToMap ( String )

  142. def putAtEndOfBody(elem: Elem): Unit

    Put the given Elem at the end of the body tag.

  143. def putInHead(elem: Elem): Unit

    Put the given Elem in the head tag.

    Put the given Elem in the head tag. The Elems will be de-dupped so no problems adding the same style tag multiple times

  144. def queryLog: List[(String, Long)]

    Get a list of the logged queries.

    Get a list of the logged queries. These log entries are added via the logQuery method, which has a more detailed explanation of usage.

    See also

    # addAnalyzer

    ,

    # logQuery ( String, Long )

  145. def queryString: Box[String]

    Returns the query string for the current request

  146. def receivedCookies: List[HTTPCookie]

    returns

    a List of any Cookies that have been set for this Response. If you want a specific cookie, use findCookie.

    See also

    # deleteCookie ( String )

    ,

    # deleteCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    # addCookie ( Cookie )

    ,

    # findCookie ( String )

    ,

    net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPCookie

  147. def redirectTo(where: String, func: () ⇒ Unit): Nothing

    Redirects the browser to a given URL and registers a function that will be executed when the browser accesses the new URL.

    Redirects the browser to a given URL and registers a function that will be executed when the browser accesses the new URL. Otherwise the function is exactly the same as S.redirectTo(String), which has example documentation. Note that if the URL that you redirect to must be part of your web application or the function won't be executed. This is because the function is only registered locally.

    where

    The new URL to redirect to.

    func

    The function to be executed when the redirect is accessed.

    See also

    # redirectTo ( String )

  148. def redirectTo(where: String): Nothing

    Redirects the browser to a given URL.

    Redirects the browser to a given URL. Note that the underlying mechanism for redirects is to throw a ResponseShortcutException, so if you're doing the redirect within a try/catch block, you need to make sure to either ignore the redirect exception or rethrow it. Two possible approaches would be:

      ...
      try  {
        // your code here
        S.redirectTo(...)
    } catch  {
        case e: Exception if !e.isInstanceOf[LiftFlowOfControlException] => ...
    }
    

    or

      ...
      try  {
        // your code here
        S.redirectTo(...)
    } catch  {
        case rse: LiftFlowOfControlException => throw rse
        case e: Exception => ...
    }
    

    where

    The new URL to redirect to.

    See also

    # redirectTo ( String, ( ) => Unit)

    ,

    ResponseShortcutException

  149. def referer: Box[String]

    Returns the 'Referer' HTTP header attribute.

  150. def removeHighLevelSessionDispatcher(name: String): Box[HashMap[String, DispatchPF]]

    Removes a custom dispatch function for the current session.

    Removes a custom dispatch function for the current session. See addHighLevelSessionDispatcher for an example of usage.

    name

    The name of the custom dispatch to be removed.

    See also

    # clearHighLevelSessionDispatcher

    ,

    # addHighLevelSessionDispatcher

    ,

    LiftRules.dispatch

    ,

    LiftRules.DispatchPF

  151. def removeSessionRewriter(name: String): Box[HashMap[String, RewritePF]]

    Removes the given per-session rewriter.

    Removes the given per-session rewriter. See addSessionRewriter for an example of usage.

    See also

    # clearSessionRewriter

    ,

    # addSessionRewriter

    ,

    LiftRules.rewrite

  152. def render(xhtml: NodeSeq, httpRequest: HTTPRequest): NodeSeq

  153. def renderVersion: String

    Returns the logical page_id of the current request.

    Returns the logical page_id of the current request. All RequestVars for a current page share this id.

  154. def request: Box[Req]

    Get a Req representing our current HTTP request.

    Get a Req representing our current HTTP request.

    returns

    A Full(Req) if one has been initialized on the calling thread, Empty otherwise.

    See also

    Req

  155. def resourceBundles(loc: Locale): List[ResourceBundle]

  156. def resourceBundles: List[ResourceBundle]

    Get a List of the resource bundles for the current locale.

    Get a List of the resource bundles for the current locale. The resource bundles are defined by the LiftRules.resourceNames and LiftRules.resourceBundleFactories variables. If you do not define an entry for a particular key, we fall back to using Lift's core entries.

    See also

    LiftRules.resourceBundleFactories

    ,

    LiftRules.resourceNames

  157. def respondAsync(f: ⇒ Box[LiftResponse]): () ⇒ Box[LiftResponse]

    Use this in DispatchPF for processing REST requests asynchronously.

    Use this in DispatchPF for processing REST requests asynchronously. Note that this must be called in a stateful context, therefore the S state must be a valid one.

    f

    - the user function that does the actual computation. This function takes one parameter which is the function that must be invoked for returning the actual response to the client. Note that f function is invoked asynchronously in the context of a different thread.

  158. def responseCookies: List[HTTPCookie]

    returns

    a List of any Cookies that have been added to the response to be sent back to the user. If you want the cookies that were sent with the request, see receivedCookies.

    See also

    # receivedCookies

    ,

    net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPCookie

  159. def runExceptionHandlers(req: Req, orig: Throwable): Box[LiftResponse]

    Run any configured exception handlers and make sure errors in the handlers are ignored

  160. def runSnippetsWithIgnoreFailed[T](ignore: Boolean)(f: ⇒ T): T

    Set the ignore snippet error mode.

    Set the ignore snippet error mode. In this mode, any snippet failures (usually snippets not being invocable) will be ignored and the original NodeSeq will be returned.

    This is useful if you want to do an initial pass of a page with a white-list of snippets, but not run every snippet on the page.

    T

    the return type of the code block

    ignore

    sets the ignore flag

    f

    the code block to execute

    returns

    the return of the code block

  161. def runTemplate(path: List[String], snips: (String, (NodeSeq) ⇒ NodeSeq)*): Box[NodeSeq]

    Find and process a template.

    Find and process a template. This can be used to load a template from within some other Lift processing, such as a snippet or view. If you just want to retrieve the XML contents of a template, use Templates.apply.

    path

    The path for the template that you want to process

    snips

    any snippet mapping specific to this template run

    returns

    a Full Box containing the processed template, or a Failure if the template could not be found.

    See also

    TempalateFinder # apply

  162. def seeOther[T](where: String, func: () ⇒ Unit): T

    Redirects the browser to a given URL and registers a function that will be executed when the browser accesses the new URL.

    Redirects the browser to a given URL and registers a function that will be executed when the browser accesses the new URL. Otherwise the function is exactly the same as S.seeOther(String), which has example documentation. Note that if the URL that you redirect to must be part of your web application or the function won't be executed. This is because the function is only registered locally.

    where

    The new URL to redirect to.

    func

    The function to be executed when the redirect is accessed.

    See also

    # seeOther ( String )

  163. def seeOther[T](where: String): T

    Redirects the browser to a given URL.

    Redirects the browser to a given URL. Note that the underlying mechanism for redirects is to throw a ResponseShortcutException, so if you're doing the redirect within a try/catch block, you need to make sure to either ignore the redirect exception or rethrow it. Two possible approaches would be:

      ...
      try  {
        // your code here
        S.seeOther(...)
    } catch  {
        case e: Exception if !e.instanceOf[LiftFlowOfControlException] => ...
    }
    

    or

      ...
      try  {
        // your code here
        S.seeOther(...)
    } catch  {
        case rse: LiftFlowOfControlException => throw rse
        case e: Exception => ...
    }
    

    where

    The new URL to redirect to.

    See also

    # seeOther ( String, ( ) => Unit)

    ,

    ResponseShortcutException

  164. def session: Box[LiftSession]

    The current LiftSession.

  165. def sessionRewriter: List[RewriteHolder]

    Return the list of RewriteHolders set for this session.

    Return the list of RewriteHolders set for this session. See addSessionRewriter for an example of how to use per-session rewrites.

    See also

    LiftRules # rewrite

    ,

    RewriteHolder

  166. def set(name: String, value: String): Unit

    Sets a LiftSession attribute

    Sets a LiftSession attribute

    See also

    # unsetSessionAttribute

    ,

    # unset

    ,

    # setSessionAttribute

    ,

    # getSessionAttribute

    ,

    # get

  167. def setDocType(what: Box[String]): Unit

    Sets the document type for the response.

    Sets the document type for the response. If this is not set, the DocType for Lift responses defaults to XHTML 1.0 Transitional.

    See also

    DocType

    ,

    ResponseInfo.docType

    ,

    getDocType

  168. def setHeader(name: String, value: String): Unit

    Sets a HTTP response header attribute.

    Sets a HTTP response header attribute. For example, you could set a "Warn" header in your response:

      ...
      S.setHeader("Warn", "The cheese is old and moldy")
      ...
    

    See also

    # getHeaders

  169. def setResponseHeader(name: String, value: String): Unit

    Synonym for S.

    Synonym for S.setHeader. Exists to provide the converse to S.getResponseHeader.

  170. def setSessionAttribute(name: String, value: String): Unit

    Sets a HttpSession attribute

    Sets a HttpSession attribute

    See also

    # unsetSessionAttribute

    ,

    # unset

    ,

    # set

    ,

    # getSessionAttribute

    ,

    # get

  171. def skipDocType: Boolean

    When this is true, Lift will not emit a DocType definition at the start of the response content.

    When this is true, Lift will not emit a DocType definition at the start of the response content. If you're sending XHTML and this is set to true, you need to include the DocType in your template.

    See also

    # skipDocType_ =(Boolean)

  172. def skipDocType_=(skip: Boolean): Unit

    Sets Lift's DocType behavior.

    Sets Lift's DocType behavior. If this is set to true, Lift will not emit a DocType definition at the start of the response content. If you're sending XHTML and this is set to true, you need to include the DocType in your template.

    skip

    Set to true to prevent Lift from emitting a DocType in its response

    See also

    # skipDocType

  173. def skipXmlHeader: Boolean

    If true, then the xml header at the beginning of the returned XHTML page will not be inserted.

  174. def skipXmlHeader_=(in: Boolean): Unit

    Set the skipXmlHeader flag

  175. def snippetForClass(cls: String): Box[DispatchSnippet]

    Given a snippet class name, return the cached or predefined stateful snippet for that class

  176. def statefulRequest_?: Boolean

    Are we currently in the scope of a stateful request

  177. def statelessInit[B](request: Req)(f: ⇒ B): B

  178. implicit def stuff2ToUnpref(in: (Symbol, Any)): UnprefixedAttribute

  179. def synchronizeForSession[T](f: ⇒ T): T

    Execute code synchronized to the current session object

  180. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: ⇒ T0): T0

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  181. def templateFromTemplateAttr: Box[NodeSeq]

    Find a template based on the snippet attribute "template"

  182. def timeZone: TimeZone

    Return the current timezone based on the LiftRules.

    Return the current timezone based on the LiftRules.timeZoneCalculator method.

    See also

    java.util.TimeZone

    ,

    LiftRules.timeZoneCalculator ( HTTPRequest )

  183. def toString(): String

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  184. implicit def tuple2FieldError(t: (FieldIdentifier, NodeSeq)): FieldError

  185. def unset(name: String): Unit

    Removes a LiftSession attribute

    Removes a LiftSession attribute

    See also

    # unsetSessionAttribute

    ,

    # setSessionAttribute

    ,

    # set

    ,

    # getSessionAttribute

    ,

    # get

  186. def unsetSessionAttribute(name: String): Unit

    Removes a HttpSession attribute

    Removes a HttpSession attribute

    See also

    # unset

    ,

    # setSessionAttribute

    ,

    # set

    ,

    # getSessionAttribute

    ,

    # get

  187. def uri: String

    The URI of the current request (not re-written).

    The URI of the current request (not re-written). The URI is the portion of the request URL after the context path. For example, with a context path of "myApp", Lift would return the following URIs for the given requests:

    HTTP requestURI
    http://foo.com/myApp/foo/bar.html/foo/bar.html
    http://foo.com/myApp/test//test/
    http://foo.com/myApp/item.html?id=42/item.html
    If you want the full URI, including the context path, you should retrieve it from the underlying HTTPRequest. You could do something like:
      val fullURI = S.request.map(_.request.getRequestURI) openOr ("Undefined")
    
    The URI may be used to provide a link back to the same page as the current request:
      bind(...,
           "selflink" -> SHtml.link(S.uri,  { () => ... }, Text("Self link")),
           ...)
    

    See also

    net.liftweb.http.provider.HTTPRequest.uri

    ,

    Req.uri

  188. def uriAndQueryString: Box[String]

  189. final def wait(): Unit

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    @throws()
  190. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit

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    @throws()
  191. final def wait(arg0: Long): Unit

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    @throws()
  192. def warning(id: String, n: String): Unit

    Sets a WARNING notice as plain text and associates it with an id

  193. def warning(id: String, n: NodeSeq): Unit

    Sets a WARNING notice as an XML sequence and associates it with an id

  194. def warning(n: NodeSeq): Unit

    Sets a WARNING notice as an XML sequence

  195. def warning(n: String): Unit

    Sets a WARNING notice as plain text

  196. def warnings: List[(NodeSeq, Box[String])]

    Returns only WARNING notices

  197. def withAttrs[T](attrs: MetaData)(f: ⇒ T): T

    Temporarily adds the given attributes to the current set, then executes the given function.

    Temporarily adds the given attributes to the current set, then executes the given function.

    attrs

    The attributes to set temporarily

  198. def withCurrentSnippetNodeSeq[T](ns: NodeSeq)(f: ⇒ T): T

    The code block is executed while setting the current raw NodeSeq for access elsewhere

    The code block is executed while setting the current raw NodeSeq for access elsewhere

    T

    the type that f returns

    ns

    the current NodeSeq

    f

    the call-by-name value to return (the code block to execute)

    returns

    the value the the expression returns

Deprecated Value Members

  1. def ??(str: String, params: AnyRef*): String

    Get a core lift localized and formatted string or return the original string.

    Get a core lift localized and formatted string or return the original string.

    str

    the string to localize

    params

    the var-arg parameters applied for string formatting

    returns

    the localized version of the string

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.5) Use S.?() instead. S.?? will be removed in 2.6

  2. def ??(str: String): String

    Get a core lift localized string or return the original string

    Get a core lift localized string or return the original string

    str

    the string to localize

    returns

    the localized version of the string

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.5) Use S.?() instead. S.?? will be removed in 2.6

  3. def getHeader(name: String): Box[String]

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.5) Use S.getResponseHeader instead for clarity.

  4. def getHeaders(in: List[(String, String)]): List[(String, String)]

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.5) Use S.getResponseHeaders instead for clarity.

  5. def mapFunc(name: String, inf: AFuncHolder): String

    Similar with addFunctionMap but also returns the name.

    Similar with addFunctionMap but also returns the name.

    Use fmapFunc(AFuncHolder)(String => T)

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.4) Use fmapFunc(AFuncHolder)(String => T)

  6. def mapFunc(in: AFuncHolder): String

    Similar with addFunctionMap but also returns the name.

    Similar with addFunctionMap but also returns the name.

    Use fmapFunc(AFuncHolder)(String => T)

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.4) Use fmapFunc(AFuncHolder)(String => T)

  7. def setVars[T](attr: MetaData)(f: ⇒ T): T

    Temporarily adds the given attributes to the current set, then executes the given function.

    Temporarily adds the given attributes to the current set, then executes the given function.

    attr

    The attributes to set temporarily

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.4) Use the S.withAttrs method instead

  8. def toLFunc(in: (List[String]) ⇒ Any): AFuncHolder

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.4) Use AFuncHolder.listStrToAF

  9. def toNFunc(in: () ⇒ Any): AFuncHolder

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.4) Use AFuncHolder.unitToAF

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Inherited from HasParams

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