Class GZIPOutInterceptor

All Implemented Interfaces:
Interceptor<Message>, PhaseInterceptor<Message>

public class GZIPOutInterceptor extends AbstractPhaseInterceptor<Message>
CXF interceptor that compresses outgoing messages using gzip and sets the HTTP Content-Encoding header appropriately. An instance of this class should be added as an out interceptor on clients that need to talk to a service that accepts gzip-encoded requests or on a service that wants to be able to return compressed responses. In server mode, the interceptor only compresses responses if the client indicated (via an Accept-Encoding header on the request) that it can understand them. To handle gzip-encoded input messages, see GZIPInInterceptor. This interceptor supports a compression threshold (default 1kB) - messages smaller than this threshold will not be compressed. To force compression of all messages, set the threshold to 0. This class was originally based on one of the CXF samples (configuration_interceptor).
  • Field Details

    • ZERO_Q

      public static final Pattern ZERO_Q
      regular expression that matches any encoding with a q-value of 0 (or 0.0, 0.00, etc.).

      public static final Pattern ENCODINGS
      regular expression which can split encodings

      public static final String ORIGINAL_OUTPUT_STREAM_KEY
      Key under which we store the original output stream on the message, for use by the ending interceptor.

      public static final String USE_GZIP_KEY
      Key under which we store an indication of whether compression is permitted or required, for use by the ending interceptor.

      public static final String GZIP_ENCODING_KEY
      Key under which we store the name which should be used for the content-encoding of the outgoing message. Typically "gzip" but may be "x-gzip" if we are processing a response message and this is the name given by the client in Accept-Encoding.

      public static final String SOAP_JMS_CONTENTENCODING
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  • Constructor Details

    • GZIPOutInterceptor

      public GZIPOutInterceptor()
    • GZIPOutInterceptor

      public GZIPOutInterceptor(int threshold)
  • Method Details

    • setThreshold

      public void setThreshold(int threshold)
    • getThreshold

      public int getThreshold()
    • handleMessage

      public void handleMessage(Message message)
      Description copied from interface: Interceptor
      Intercepts a message. Interceptors should NOT invoke handleMessage or handleFault on the next interceptor - the interceptor chain will take care of this.
    • gzipPermitted

      public GZIPOutInterceptor.UseGzip gzipPermitted(Message message)
      Checks whether we can, cannot or must use gzip compression on this output message. Gzip is always permitted if the message is a client request. If the message is a server response we check the Accept-Encoding header of the corresponding request message - with no Accept-Encoding we assume that gzip is not permitted. For the full gory details, see section 14.3 of RFC 2616 (HTTP 1.1).
      message - the outgoing message.
      whether to attempt gzip compression for this message.
      Fault - if the Accept-Encoding header does not allow any encoding that we can support (identity, gzip or x-gzip).
    • setForce

      public void setForce(boolean force)
    • getSupportedPayloadContentTypes

      public Set<String> getSupportedPayloadContentTypes()
    • setSupportedPayloadContentTypes

      public void setSupportedPayloadContentTypes(Set<String> supportedPayloadContentTypes)