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Session object path retrival

Posted on 2012-04-09
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i have Session.setAttribute("year",year); year contains the year id in Integer format // that is i am setting the data to session .

my Q is how to know from which previous pages in a project , from which this year is coming   .. i.e. year.

i wish to  get the class name /  page name  either from  the session object or is there any method to get the whole details of this circumstances..

thanks
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Unless you store that information on the Session as another attribute there is no way to know from what page the year value came from.
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by:darien_software
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yeah thats the problem, anothe programmer has created it and he is not there now am i am doing the maintainence part and no doc record regarding this session..
for past three days searching and couldnt find any..please suggest some other way out
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You can try searching all the source code for the string setAttribute("year" perhaps that will point you to the right place.
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by:darien_software
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hi
i am manually checking each source fill to find out about it but its too vast ..is there a way / tool in eclipse which can search through all source code and point out where that string is
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by:wdosanjos
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Ctrl+H, enter the search criteria, make sure Scope is set to Workspace, and hit Search.
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ok will try and get back..thanks wdosanjos
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>>>>>by: wdosanjos give correct answer
Ctrl+H, enter the search criteria, make sure Scope is set to Workspace, and hit Search.


in more accurate use file search tab in the search window .....
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