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Role based Menu - Java

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hi,
We need to implement a Role Based Menu. We are using Spring Security to authenticate user. Base on user role we will hide/display the menu links. Any thing available out their to accomplish this??
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Sathish David  Kumar N earned 500 total points
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while your loged in u can set the values in session depent upon ur role u can set the menus in JSP
use scriplet or JSTL
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Is their any menu scripts out their that we can use. so we dont have to write it from srcatch. Also make is work based on roles.
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by:techsathish
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How you have created the menu.. let us know. then we ll try to give the solution..
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Or tell me answer for sathish !!
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I have not created any menu yet. I am looking for some menu where I can apply role based access.
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is this answer ??
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I told that answer http:#35141182   but user need alrady created menu so i have menu downloaded site  http:#35162975
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