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A faster, "complete" Java HttpServletRequest.getRequestUrl() replacement
import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest;
public class GetRequestUrl{
/**
* <p>A faster replacement for {@link HttpServletRequest#getRequestURL()}
* (returns a {@link String} instead of a {@link StringBuffer} - and internally uses a {@link StringBuilder})
* that also includes the {@linkplain HttpServletRequest#getQueryString() query string}.</p>
* <p><a href="https://gist.github.com/ziesemer/700376d8da8c60585438"
* >https://gist.github.com/ziesemer/700376d8da8c60585438</a></p>
* @author Mark A. Ziesemer
* <a href="http://www.ziesemer.com.">&lt;www.ziesemer.com&gt;</a>
*/
public String getRequestUrl(final HttpServletRequest req){
final String scheme = req.getScheme();
final int port = req.getServerPort();
final StringBuilder url = new StringBuilder(256);
url.append(scheme);
url.append("://");
url.append(req.getServerName());
if(!(("http".equals(scheme) && (port == 0 || port == 80))
|| ("https".equals(scheme) && port == 443))){
url.append(':');
url.append(port);
}
url.append(req.getRequestURI());
final String qs = req.getQueryString();
if(qs != null){
url.append('?');
url.append(qs);
}
final String result = url.toString();
return result;
}
}