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Thread: Problem with Userbean

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    Default Problem with Userbean

    In below code having trouble in setting adminInfoDO with userbean





    public boolean validateUserDetail(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response, UserBean userBean,HttpSession session){
    boolean pop=false;
    try{

    String username=request.getParameter("user");
    String password=request.getParameter("pwd");

    AdminInfoDO adminInfoDO=new AdminInfoDO();
    adminInfoDO = AdminInfoSL.validateUserDetail(username, password);
    System.out.println("\n\n hello" + adminInfoDO);

    if (adminInfoDO.getAdminid()>0 ) {

    userBean.setAdminInfoDO(adminInfoDO);

    pop=true;
    }
    else{
    pop=false;
    }

    }catch (Exception e) {
    e.printStackTrace();
    }
    return pop;
    }


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    Default Re: Problem with Userbean

    Please do not post questions to the member introductions forum! Please read this: This Forum is for Saying Hi, not for Asking Technical Questions (READ BEFORE POSTING)

    Use highlight tags when posting code. Unformatted code is pretty impossible to read. Also, code should be in the form of an SSCCE, not just a tiny snippet without any context.

    Also, you haven't actually told us what the problem is. An SSCCE will help with that.

    I'm moving this thread to a more appropriate forum.
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