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Session handling in Spring

 
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Hi. I have a question about user session handling in Spring or any Mvc.

For example when user succesfully logins to site i will set a session to this user which helps me to understand whether the user is logged or not.
The question is where can i do this session check operation. Checking the session attribute in every Controller sounds like funny. So what is the best way to handle users sessions in Spring.

Thanks for any help.
 
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In Spring, you would use an interceptor. In other MVC frameworks (or no framework), you'd likely use a filter.
 
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Thanks for pointing.

A simple but a good example can be found here.

http://spidercatch.blogspot.com/2009/02/interceptors-in-spring-and-struts-2.html
 
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