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Struts2 Login Application Example

Struts » On Oct 23, 2011 By Sivateja

Let us see the simple login application using struts2, but friends am giving with out validations, we will see in depth validations very soon :-)

  • success.jsp
  • error.jsp
  • index.jsp
  • LogingEx.java [ in java4s package ]
  • web.xml [ in web-inf ]
  • struts.xml [ in web-inf/classes folder ]

Directory Structure

index.jsp

success.jsp

error.jsp

LogingEx.java

web.xml

struts.xml

After Execution

Output

Enter java4s as user name and pass as password

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12 Responses to “Struts2 Login Application Example”
  1. Om Pravin S says:

    Very Nice & easy to understand for beginners …. Please include or add other struts features like interceptors, AJAX, … With brief explanation as shown above.

  2. saravanan says:

    I want a simple struts application with data tables, menus and insert the data to database

  3. Kaustubh says:

    very nice explaination

  4. am not able to execute the program which you have given above

  5. abdulrahim says:

    Thanks, very Nice Explaination but i have question when we are use FilterDispatcher and PrepareAndExecuteFilter as Filters ?

  6. Jagannath says:

    Hi,I used login application and it is validating form if userName and password is blank.
    Now I am sending userName and password like this
    http://localhost:8080/LoginApp/loginAction.action?userName=jagannath&password=123 then also logged in successfully instead of filling login.jsp form page. In this case user should not logged in. How can avoid it using struts2.

  7. Linda says:

    I need the jars used in this program to run

  8. imane says:

    thanks a lot for this tuto i did exactly the same but i got the 404 error please help

  9. Sumir Prajapati says:

    It’s awesome. It is very helpful site for beginner and programmer because it’s coding very simple.

  10. shalemraju katreddy says:

    thank u sir it is vrery clear explination and i undestand very easily.

  11. amreen says:

    How does setters and getters work here.. i mean how username and password is set and in which line it is set. can u please explain the working flow of LogingEx class

  12. Hemanadh says:

    this one is very very good explanation and example, thank you very much buddy, it helped me to understand clearly :D

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