The org.zkoss.zk.ui.util.URIInterceptor interface

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DocumentationZK Configuration Referencezk.xmlThe listener ElementThe org.zkoss.zk.ui.util.URIInterceptor interface
The org.zkoss.zk.ui.util.URIInterceptor interface



A listener could implement URIInterceptor to intercept the retrieval of ZUML pages with the associated URI. Once registered, an instance of the specified class is created and shared within the whole application. Then, the request method is invoked, each time the application wants to retrieve the page definition of a page based on an URI.

A typical use of this interface is to ensure the current user has the authority to access certain URIs.

You can register any number of URI interceptors (URIInterceptor).


  1. Unlike ExecutionInit and many other listeners, an instance of the registered URIInterceptor is created at the time of registration, and then it is shared by the whole application. Thus, you have to make sure that it can be accessed concurrently.

Instantiation: For better performance, a single instance of the given class is instantiated when registered. It is then shared in the whole application. Thus, the implementation must be thread safe.

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