I thought it would be nice for me doing apost on this, since handler applications are the most used mobile web applications. Knowing the way the strings work should be nice. In this tutorial, we would be assuming the domain url as www.9jaboys.com/index.xhtml
FRONTQUERY: – The frontquery is also known as the prefix query. It is used to append a string in front of the url.It goes in this format.
If you fill in www.google.com as frontquery ,
MIDDLEQUERY: – It is used to append a string at the back of the main url.It goes in this format.
If you fill in www.google.com as middlequery ,
BACKQUERY: – The backquery is also known as the suffix query. It is used to append a string at the end of the url.It goes in this format.
If you fill in www.google.com as backquery ,
FILTER: – It is used to modify four server url.It goes in this format.
Domain (stringToBeRemoved1 stringToBeRemoved2\stringToReplace1 stringToReplace2)
If your http server is www.9jaboys.com/index.xhtml, ad your filter was set as,
www.9jaboys.com/index.xhtml (www index.xhtml\?files do_id=0)
ADDPORT: It adds port to url.
REMOVE PORT: It removes port from ported urls.
PROXY TYPE: It determines the type of server header
Proxy Type: HTTP
Result: http server: http://www.google.com
header- x-online-host: www.9jaboys.com/index.xhtml
Proxy Type: HOST
Result: http server: http://www.9jaboys.com/index.xhtml
header- x-online-host: www.google.com
I hope this article would be of great help while filling your handler applications next time.