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how to pass session object in other Action class

 
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Hi,

I have a action class Login action.

where i have store the use name in the session object.

I want to get the value of this session in other action class.

How it can be done .Please help me.

here is my code of Login action.

addDataToSession(user);


 
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It's a map. Get it from the map.Although I'd argue it's cleaner to get the session map via SessionAware, since it'll be easier to write your test cases.

Wishful thinking, perhaps, but the capability is there.
 
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Thankx it works.
 
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sorry i have a little question..

example :

i have Action class :
1.) SuperClass implements SessionAware (which getting a session value)
2.) SubClass1 extends SuperClass
3.) SubClass2 extends SuperClass

is it the both of SubClass1 and SubClass2 can "read" the session value?..

thank's

Sorry my english isn't too good
 
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Why not just try it?

In any case, general Java questions should be asked in one of the Java language forums; this one should be in the "Java Beginners" since it's regarding simple inheritance.
 
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