util::join_location (public)

 util::join_location [ -proto proto ] [ -hostname hostname ] \
    [ -port port ]

Defined in packages/acs-tcl/tcl/utilities-procs.tcl

Join hostname and port and use IP-literal notation when necessary. The function is the inverse function of util::split_location.

Switches:
-proto (optional)
-hostname (optional)
-port (optional)
Returns:
location consisting of hostname and optionally port
Author:
Gustaf Neumann

See Also:

Partial Call Graph (max 5 caller/called nodes):
%3 test_util__split_and_join_location util__split_and_join_location (test acs-tcl) util::join_location util::join_location test_util__split_and_join_location->util::join_location ad_dom_sanitize_html ad_dom_sanitize_html (public) ad_dom_sanitize_html->util::join_location ad_urlencode_url ad_urlencode_url (public) ad_urlencode_url->util::join_location security::get_insecure_location security::get_insecure_location (private) security::get_insecure_location->util::join_location security::get_secure_location security::get_secure_location (public) security::get_secure_location->util::join_location security::replace_host_in_url security::replace_host_in_url (private) security::replace_host_in_url->util::join_location

Testcases:
util__split_and_join_location
Source code:
    set result ""
    if {$proto ne ""} {
        append result $proto://
        #
        # When the specified port is equal to the default port, omit
        # it from the result.
        #
        if {$port ne "" && $port eq [dict get {http 80 https 443} $proto]} {
            set port ""
        }
    }
    if {[string match *:* $hostname]} {
        append result "\[$hostname\]"
    } else {
        append result $hostname
    }
    if {$port ne ""} {
        append result :$port
    }
    return $result
XQL Not present:
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Generic XQL file:
packages/acs-tcl/tcl/utilities-procs.xql

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