Then in the body of the page I have the following form:
where the user can choose between two buttons. Near the bottom of the page I have the following:
which is associated with class LoginBean, and includes the following methods:
Together with several other methods.
When the person visits the login page, as should be the case on starting a new session, if he successfully logs in, "loggedin" is set to true and the getter returns that. However, I'm having a lot of trouble going from the login page to one of the option pages and passing the parameters along with it. I can indeed store the parameters in the string "urldata" in my login page with using:
but I can't find an easy way of directing JSF to option1.jsp or option2.jsp as required.
I can go to an intermediate page called "success.jsp", and have a button that when clicked is supposed to take you to one of the options using href, but this doesn't work. Why does href only work with the index page?
I would be most grateful for some help with this. I've had to use "onklick" here as your server objects to the correct spelling.
catch it before it slithers away! Oh wait, it's a tiny ad: