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dinesh thalis
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Please give me any idea of session handling in struts. Thank you.
 
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What, precisely, do you want to know?
 
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I use struts,spring, hibernate. i want to create web site using this technologies so i want to add sessions for logging windows to limit privileges
of users. please provide learning material for this it is great help to my learning process. Thank you.
 
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What version of Struts?

http://faq.javaranch.com/java/TellTheDetails
 
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I used struts 1.2, hibernate 3.2 and Spring 2.0. please help me.
 
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I don't know how to help you because I don't know what you want to know.

Have you tried searching the web or the Struts documentation?
 
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If you want to get hold of a session then:

request.getSession()

beyond this, as David states, you will need to explain to us what you are wanting to know about sessions. For example do want to hold a value, expire it or make green clouds
 
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