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From Cedric Dumoulin <ced...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Tiles and user preferences
Date Wed, 31 Jul 2002 14:46:27 GMT

   Hello,

   The example provided in Tiles save the user preferences in a bean in
the user context (session context). The example doesn't save this bean
in a real persistent storage. This can be done anyway you want: in a
database, in a serialized object, in a cookie ...

    Cedric

Heligon Sandra wrote:

 >Hi,
 >
 >I'm new to tiles and I read that tiles features allow
 >to customize the web application view based on such things
 >as internationalisation or user preferences.
 >I thought that the customisation of the JSP pages with user preferences
 >will be done on the client side.
 >This work will be done on the server-side with Tiles, isn't?
 >It requires that the server knows the user preferences.
 >I thought that user preferences will be saved as cookies.
 >How does it work with Tiles ?
 >I have to customize my web application interface with user preferences,
 >so if someone has an example I am very interested.
 >
 >Thanks a lot in advance.
 >
 >
 >
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