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Diego Creador
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Joined: Jan 10, 2011
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Hello Friends!

I dont know if this is the right topic to make this question. I need some advice, I have a web application and I need to get the user that is login.

This web application is built in java using JSF, and I need to get the user in the bean class. I know that I can get the user from the request parameter, the thing is that I have no idea how to get it? Can you give me some advice?

Thanks in advance.
Regards
Diego
Tim Holloway
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I normally put this code in a special utility class (JSFUtils) in order to keep JSF-specific stuff out of my regular application code.


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