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Hi,
i have a simple web application using Spring mvc and spring framework and everything is working just fine. I would like in the controller of the first page (login page), when a user successfully logs in to create a session in the onSubmit method, and pass a parameter (the user id) in that session. All of the following pages should be able to get that parameter user id to use it. How can i create that session?
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HttpSession session = request.getSession(true);
session.setAttribute("userId",userId);

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