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Keeping current logged user.

Stas Melnychenko

Joined: Feb 20, 2012
Posts: 14

I write my first web application, and I use JSF, Spring, Hibernate.
At first, I wrote authorization/registration part.
I have two pages, mainpage.jsp contain login form, and registration.jsp contain registering form.
And this is my beans:

So, my backbeans UserLogin and UserInfo are request-scoped, because its contain error messages like "Password is incorrect" or "User UserName already exists". And now I need one more session-scoped bean for containing current logged user. But I an not sure, HOW, so tell me please, am I wright:
I want to add new bean UserInfo and change existing bean UserLogin:

and method of UserLogin:

I change to

and UserInfo will contain

Am I on wright way or this is bad shot?

Another method: leave all beans in current stand, and just get current http session in login procedure and save user in it.

So what way is better?

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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