Class AccessDeniedPage

    • Method Detail

      • setHeaders

        protected void setHeaders​(WebResponse response)
        Description copied from class: WebPage
        Subclasses can override this to set there headers when the Page is being served. By default these headers are set:
         response.setHeader("Date", "[now]");
         response.setHeader("Expires", "[0]");
         response.setHeader("Pragma", "no-cache");
         response.setHeader("Cache-Control", "no-cache");
        So if a Page wants to control this or doesn't want to set this info it should override this method and don't call super.
        setHeaders in class WebPage
        response - The WebResponse where set(Date)Header can be called on.