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how to differentiate admin and user module in struts2

 
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im new to struts,
in my project im having 2 modules(admin,user)
"admin" is having different operations like adding users,removing users,adding items,removing users
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"user" is having operations like ordering items,checking his account balance....
now i wanna differentiate user pages and admin pages (ie if admin is logged i wanna provide him admin module,,,if user is logged i wanna provide him pages like ordering items,checking his account balance....)

i got to know abt switchaction can be used in this senario but i dont have any examples in net how to use switchaction in struts2(but im havng switchaction examples in struts 1.2 from google)
 
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Have a look at The Java Enterpirse Edition, Working with Realms, Users, Groups, and Roles. There are also alternatives like Spring Security.
 
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Hi,

Simple solu can be define role in database and assign the role to user.

Regards
Jatan
 
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