It provides an XML syntax which is essentially a simple wrapper around session context provided by the session framework (session-fw block). See the official Session context documentation.
The namespace declaration of this logicsheet is: xmlns:xsp-session-fw="http://apache.org/xsp/session-fw/1.0"'''<<BR>> Currently there is just one tag in the logicsheet: <xsp-session-fw:getxml> This tag allows read contexts data. The idea of the default In this example the If you need to test if the path exists, then use
context : The name of the context where the data resides.
as="string" (default) - returns the value of the given path as a String.
path="/authentication/data/full_name"/>, welcome back to the System
This tag allows read contexts data.
The idea of the defaultas="string" is to let you add easily inside your XSP some strings. i.e: to show the user name in a welcome page:
In this example thepath attribute always exists, so we don't need to test if the path really exists in the given session context.
If you need to test if the path exists, then useas="object", get the object and if the object is null, then there is nothing. Else the path exists so you can get it using as="string".