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From David Delbecq <delbd+jaka...@oma.be>
Subject Re: How to detect user logins
Date Tue, 21 Aug 2007 07:41:51 GMT
Current strategy works (it's separated in 2 steps inside a common-chain
of operation), but it makes wuite a few lines to try to detect user
login, and if tomcat was already providing such event that could be
handled by a context listener, that would have been, perhaps, cleaner.

En l'instant précis du 20/08/07 17:41, Christopher Schultz s'exprimait
en ces termes:
> David,
>
> David Delbecq wrote:
> > For now, the layout is Filter that check userPrincipal. If user
> > principal is not null for the first time, issues that check, mark
> > that user got checked for next times, in session, and continue query.
> >  However, if i could mark the session as "need upgrade" upon login,
> > this would make things, i think, easier to manage as filter would
> > only need to look for that "need upgrade" flag.
>
> I think you'll find that you're just breaking your filter into two
> separate filters: you'd have one that check to see if the session "needs
> an upgrade", and then another one to "upgrade" it. Since the
> functionality is all related, I'm not sure if there's a good reason not
> to keep it all together.
>
> Do you have any particular complaints about your existing strategy?
>
> -chris
>

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