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Anna S is right. Look like there was a mistake in this example. There is no point to set the local variable to the class field for doing nothing!

Posted by Lan Tran on Monday, 04.28.08 @ 09:30am | #58033

This example is misleading as said in the previous post. The SessionAware documentation should be referenced and the author clearly did not understand what he was doing. Specifically, the session attribute defined in the Action is not used in the JSP. The JSP has it's own 'session' attribute that can always be accessed, even if nothing was done in the Action.

Posted by cedneve on Wednesday, 12.12.07 @ 15:30pm | #41936

If i overwrote my GetSession.java like below, it would provide d same result. So, what's d point of that class?
By the way, here is citation: 'Note that using this interface makes the Action tied to a servlet environment, so it should be avoided if possible since things like unit testing will become more difficult.'
package net.roseindia;

import com.opensymphony.xwork2.ActionSupport;
import java.util.*;

public class GetSession extends ActionSupport{
public String execute() throws Exception{
return SUCCESS;

Posted by Viraszko on Monday, 08.27.07 @ 15:11pm | #24247

Just a second...
public void setSession(Map session){
session = this.getSession();

Are you setting the method's local variable or the class field? Seems like the code should look like:

public void setSession(Map session){
this.session = session;

Posted by Anna Skawińska on Monday, 08.13.07 @ 18:36pm | #23298

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