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From "Gregory Joseph" <gjos...@kiala.com>
Subject RE: Problem in finding the logged in user
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2003 02:14:22 GMT
can't you also do something like rundata.getUser() ? 
Considering of course you're in an action class of some sort where a rundata
instance is available ;)


g


-----Original Message-----
From:	Stuart Belden [mailto:SBelden@bjc.org]
Sent:	Tue 12/9/03 16:26
To:	jetspeed-user@jakarta.apache.org
Cc:	
Subject:	Re: Problem in finding the logged in user
this'll work:
BaseJetspeedUser user =
(BaseJetspeedUser)request.getSession().getAttribute("turbine.user");

>>> pvnrajumsis@yahoo.co.in 12/09/03 04:19AM >>>
Hi all,

I instantiated the following class 
org.apache.turbine.om.security.TurbineUser and invoked
the method getName() hoping that it returns name of
the user who has logged in. But it hasn't returned
anything.

 I need to findout which user has logged in . How to
go about it. Any help in this regard is appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

raju


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