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Hi all, This is most likely a common problem, but many a day has been spent working on it prior to this post. I'm attempting to check for the existance of a "user" object in a session. If it exists then I want to parse the provided "run" parameter for method names and invoke them. If the "user" object does not exist than I want to direct the person to the login screen. The login method will create the user based on a successful login attempt.
My problem is that by attempting to check if I always end up with it equaling null and so I always hit the login function. -Chris
edited by MC: removed tabs from code. [ December 02, 2003: Message edited by: Mike Curwen ]
Hi, Have you bind the instance of class User if the login process is successful ? Benny
Joined: Nov 14, 2003
Shankar - I'm setting the user object in the login method (see below) Benny - Sorry I'm pretty new to the Java world so I'm not sure about what you're talking about. edited by MC: converted tabs to spaces in code. [ December 02, 2003: Message edited by: Mike Curwen ]
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