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struts 2 passing parameter to interceptor

 
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In my struts 2 application I have a LoginInterceptor
I want to pass some parameter through the struts.xml file
How can I pass the parameter to the interceptor.
In other words I want the parameter which I send to the action from struts.xml

e.g.


I want menuId in interception which I have configure for this action.

How do I get the value In interceptor.

I have already try for getter setter for menuId in interceptor.
 
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I think these parameters will get places into the request and can be retrieved from there. Also, if you make bean properties for these values in your action class I think they will be placed into the action class as well.
 
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I am getting value in action class by getter and setter
but I want the value in Interceptor

even I have use

String menuId = request.getParameter( "menuID");

in my Interceptor.
 
Tom Rispoli
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Your intercept method should recieve a parameter of type ActionInvocation. If you call .getAction on this object you can get a reference to your action class and then you can get the values from there.
 
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Thanks Tom it's working fine.
 
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Hi, shashi wagh

i need a example for what you got a solution, because i am also have a same problem.
how can i get a parameter values in interceptor.

please help me.

thanks in advance
 
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Hi Krishnan,

You got any example regarding same..?

It will be very helpful if you could share that if so.

Thanks,
Raju.
 
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Struts 2.0.11 version

MyInterceptor implements Interceptor , StrutsStatics{

public String intercept(ActionInvocation invocation) throws Exception {
final ActionContext context = invocation.getInvocationContext ();
HttpServletRequest request = (HttpServletRequest) context.get(HTTP_REQUEST);
Map params = request.getParameterMap();
//Retrieve the map and check..
for (Iterator iterator = params.keySet().iterator(); iterator.hasNext();) {
String key = (String) iterator.next();
String[] obj = (String[])(params.get(key));
if(obj.length>0)
System.out.println(key+"<>"+obj[0]);


}

}
 
Rajukpo kumar
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Hi Anirban,

Thanks for your reply...

I followed the way that i mentioned below.



Regards,
Raju
 
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