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JSF - Reading 'next page'

 
Marco Noronha
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Guys...

How can I get the content of the xhtml page the person is going to access?

It can be with Filter or PhaseListener, doesn´t matter.
I just need to KNOW:

Content of "origin page"
Content of "next page"

I have this piece of code, that I use for login matters...
But I want to read the pages content! Like: getting all managedBeans called "#{ }"



 
dennis deems
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This sounds a little fishy to me. Why would you need to know the CONTENT of the next page?
 
Marco Noronha
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Dennis Deems wrote:This sounds a little fishy to me. Why would you need to know the CONTENT of the next page?

lol your right!

man... I´m almost giving up on this !
please, never mind this post.
I´m too tired to continue on this issue =//
I´ll let my project hang it self! doesn´t matter if I need
to reconstruct .. But i don´t have time

I dont know what I´ll do!
 
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If you're writing your own security system, I'll dispense my standard warning that it's a really, really bad idea to write your own security system. Consider using the one that comes as part of J2EE. It's designed by security professionals and it's already coded, debugged and plugged into the J2EE APIs.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:If you're writing your own security system, I'll dispense my standard warning that it's a really, really bad idea to write your own security system. Consider using the one that comes as part of J2EE. It's designed by security professionals and it's already coded, debugged and plugged into the J2EE APIs.


your right. I´m not doing that anymore
 
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