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Here I have two questions

1. I have a situation where in one user is logged in at one place, again if another person tries to login with same user and password, if username/password are correct, first user's session has to be deleted.

2. I want show errors in red, warnings in orange and other information in green in struts framework. How to acheive this?
 
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This question gets asked a lot here.

In short, it can't be done reliably.
To find out more, search this and the JSP forums.
 
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please give answer anyhow
 
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Originally posted by shashiD kanth:
please give answer anyhow



How rude. Ben has pointed out that this topic has been covered many times in these forums. Yet you expect someone to take the time to repeat what has already been posted in order to save you time searching for the existing disucssions? Please explain why your time is more valuable than anyone else's.
 
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