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enabling side menu based on user role in JSP?

 
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I want to create a application that has two types of users say Admin,user based on their role i have to show the side menu items in the application. anyone give me some idea how it will be done..?
 
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Use the <c:if> and <c:choose>JSTL tags to make decisions.
 
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One way is to have an XML file containing role information. Onload of a page you can write javascript function to parse an XML file and create menus at runtime.
 
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manni ma wrote:One way is to have an XML file containing role information. Onload of a page you can write javascript function to parse an XML file and create menus at runtime.


Umm, no. Bad idea. JavaScript can be disabled or spoofed easily. This is the sort of thing that needs to be done on the server.
 
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As bear suggested, authorization should be done on server side.
 
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Then i have to create two side menu's and if login member is admin display one thing and if he is user display another
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is there any other solution....
 
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What's wrong with that one?
 
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I have to create two header pages and two side menu pages....so..
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