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From RajibJana <rajibj...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Struts 2 session problem
Date Sun, 18 Jan 2009 04:28:08 GMT

option 2 and 3 are overheads for a large app, I will check option 3 ,
currently I am using glassfish, will check whether option 3 is available in
gf. 

Thanks

Rajib 




Struts Two wrote:
> 
> There are a few solutions to your problem:
> 
> 1- You can serialize your object as a hidden field and deserialize it on
> each request if you need it. It serves like a baggage that you carry form
> page to other. In this way, you avoid putting any object in session scope.
> Some folks may argue that this is not efficient for huge-sized objects,
> but keep in mind httpsession should not be confused with storage. I
> already use this solution in a few medium size webapps, works like charm.
> 
> 2- If the object put in session is sort of object like ,say, the one the
> holds user credentials, roles, timezones, etc that can be calculated at
> each request, you may have custom interceptor that does it each time a
> user submits a request. You may incur just an extra cost of going to
> databse, to get all the information but with today's hardware speed and
> software, you should not worry about that. I have also used this solution
> and it also works like charm.
> 
> 3- [I have not tried this myself ], If you are using servers like
> websphere, they provide other ways of session management except cookies
> and url rewriting like using ssl id for session management. You may want
> to try it.
> 
> 
> --- On Sat, 1/17/09, RajibJana <rajibjana@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> From: RajibJana <rajibjana@gmail.com>
>> Subject: Struts 2 session problem
>> To: user@struts.apache.org
>> Received: Saturday, January 17, 2009, 5:23 AM
>> Hi All,
>> 
>> I am using struts 2.0.14 to build an enterprise
>> application. It uses spring,
>> hibernate, tiles, Dojo 1.2.2.
>> 
>> Now I have a serious problem.
>> 
>> My application has lots a pages and each page shows the
>> logged in userid ( a
>> string variable). This userid is put into the session map
>> injected by the
>> SessionAware interceptor. The injected userid is used in
>> jsp page
>> (#session.userid)  to show the logged in user info and also
>> is saved in
>> database for each business transaction for audit control.
>> 
>> Now the problem is:
>> 
>> 1) A User opens a browser window( IE 7/Firfox) and logs in
>> the application
>> as User X and the application shows the logged in userid as
>> X and DB
>> transactions also get userid info as X.
>> 2) The same user opens a bowser tab or new window from the
>> opened window (
>> from where he logged in as X), and logs in the application
>> as User Y. Now
>> userid Y overrides the userid X in session map( as no new
>> session is not
>> opened, I guess) and I get userid as Y in both the browser
>> tabs. My
>> application breaks.
>> 3) If the user opens a new browser instance, then a new
>> session is created
>> and both the windows have their own user id info( i.e.
>> userid doesnt
>> override)
>> 
>> I tried the scope interceptor ( by starting a conversion),
>> but the result is
>> same( i.e. could not get new session in a window tab).
>> 
>> I searched for a solution, could not get a solution. Please
>> suggest how to
>> get rid of this problem.
>> 
>> Thanks
>> 
>> Rajib
>> 
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