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Struts2 Scope Interceptor - newbie

 
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Hello there,
im new to the forum and also new to Struts2.
I am trying to implement Scope Interceptor, let me explain my app.

I want to store user information from DB into session from login window, so i can validate logged user across application.

I have AppUser.class (which is my model class)



I have this struts.xml , where Login page will go to the loginServiceAction.class where i need to Scope Inteceptor to be used and store (after returning response) my property/model "AppUser" into session.

struts.xml



loginServiceAction.class




Problem is:
Scope interceptor will not store anything into session and will not get that/nothing from it.
Is there some error in my code ?

Thank you
 
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I did not read all your codes but it looks like you are trying to use a new AppUser object in your loginServiceAction class to check if user is logged in. This will not work since it is initialized to default values. You need to do:

 
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