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Hi All,

I am using MultiActionControllers and SimpleFormControllers in my project. I am having problem with Session Management. I have used AOP to manage session and in the SFC, I have referenceData() where I am calling a method and while calling that method, AOP will be activated and if session is invalid the user is promted to login again. So wherever I have SFC, if I logout and then click on Back button of the browser, the user is prompted to login again. But with MAC, since I don't have an equivalent of referenceData, AOP is not activated and while clicking on Back button after log out, the user will be able to view the page if not modify anything.

Can anybody suggest a work around. Is there any equivalent of referenceData for MAC?

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Swapna
 
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Hello Swapna,

The PRG[Post-Redirect-Get] pattern is the perfect solution. I would suggest you to go through http://www.javaranch.com/journal/200603/Journal200603.jsp#a5 article written by Bear. It might be hard to incorporate this pattern if you have already started development. Still you can give it a chance. Good luck.
 
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