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Stripes - accessing ActionBean variables

Joseph Swager
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Joined: Feb 04, 2010
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Hello All,

I'm wondering whats the best way to make the action beans variables available throughout the user session and then clean up when that session when I receive a page redirect?
I get the application to work when i use the extended jars that have the annotation but I honestly do not know how I can clean this up when I'm done using the variables.
I thought setting them to null would work, but its a no go they still exist when I get redirected back to the root page.

Any thoughts or best practices?

Thanks,

Joe


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