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JSF and Filters

annaunivStud Sboa
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Joined: Oct 29, 2008
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hi ...i am new to jsf and just now heard about filters too.
i used a filter and i wanted to check each time whether the user is logged in user.... how do i do that...i authenticate by querying the relational records(using SDO) how do i do that...i am not able to use getSessionScope().get("sessionvariable") here as i do in other java files....


well i also used system.out.println in the do filter method(will that happen).... it dint print that too.... i know i dint understand something about filters(as far as i know it intercept every httprequest)...
please tell whether the process i did is right???
and how to proceed with it...
thanks
 
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