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SCEA Part II - Handling Login Usecase

Mrudul Palvankar
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Joined: Oct 26, 2006
Posts: 17
Dear Ranchers

I am currently working on the SCEA assignment and need your help for handling the login usecase.

"Price Itinerary" use case requires that customer has successfully logged in.
Hence in the "Prepare Itinerary" usecase, when customer selects seats and submits the request, before the system prices the itinerary we need to check if the customer has loggedin or not.
1. If the customer has not logged in
- create SFSB to store the selected flights and seats
- store the SFSB handle in HTTPSession and display login/createuser jsp

Is there a better way to handle this ... by using Intercepting Filters.
I have not used filters hence wanted inputs on the using the filters for such cases.

Thanks in advance
Mrudul
jeremias lacanienta
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Joined: Sep 17, 2006
Posts: 60
Originally posted by Mrudul Palvankar:
Dear Ranchers

I am currently working on the SCEA assignment and need your help for handling the login usecase.

"Price Itinerary" use case requires that customer has successfully logged in.
Hence in the "Prepare Itinerary" usecase, when customer selects seats and submits the request, before the system prices the itinerary we need to check if the customer has loggedin or not.
1. If the customer has not logged in
- create SFSB to store the selected flights and seats
- store the SFSB handle in HTTPSession and display login/createuser jsp

Is there a better way to handle this ... by using Intercepting Filters.
I have not used filters hence wanted inputs on the using the filters for such cases.

Thanks in advance
Mrudul


i don't think you're allowed to mention your assignment or any modules included on your assignment.


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Andrew Monkhouse
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The total ban on discussion of the assignments only applied to the SCEA 5 Beta exam - that is still in effect.

The rules for the current SCEA assignment are a little less strict:
From the JavaRanch SCEA FAQ:
For questions / discussions on the assignment, in general we will allow discussion where members are trying to understand the domain model and/or terms used in the assignment. We will also allow questions about which tools to use.

But we will not allow discussion on a solution to the assignment (or a part of the assignment) itself.

Refer to the thread "IMPORTANT - Position on real assignment (Part 2) questions" for more information.(http://www.coderanch.com/t/150936/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/IMPORTANT-Position-real-assignment-Part)

This question is still outside acceptable rules, so I have closed this topic.

Regards, Andrew


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