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Question on Synchronizer token

 
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I am using a DispatchAction in my application. I would also like to use the saveToken() isTokenValid() functionality provided by struts.

After a saveToken() call, the resulting page that is displayed has the token of the form <input type="hidden" name="org...TOKEN" value="@$@$@45#$%"/>

When the form is submitted, the action that checks for isTokenValid(request) fails. Why would this occur?
 
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Please try to print the session attribute stored against org.apache.struts.Globals.TRANSACTION_TOKEN_KEY and see if it matches with the one in the html source.
 
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