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Order Of Listeners

 
senthil rajan
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Hi Frnds,

In which order the listeners will be executed?
Its based on the order in web.xml or will it follow any pattern match like servlets? If so what kind of pattern?

Can anybody give some idea on this??

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Senthil.
 
singh santosh
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In which order the listeners will be executed?
Its based on the order in web.xml or will it follow any pattern match like servlets? If so what kind of pattern


its based on the order of web.xml .The order of listenrs in web.xml form a filter chain.Lets say u have declared three listeners A,B,C in this order
so there will be kind of filterchain

A->B->C known to FilterChain interface.
So if ur request/response qualifies for A it will proccesed down the chain in the chains order..

I hope this is clear .Correct me if I am wrong..

regards
-santosh
 
Narendra Dhande
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Hi,

The Listener are executed when the particular event is triggered. In case there are more than one Listeners are definded of the same type, they follow the order as defined in the web.xml.

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singh santosh
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hi senthil,
I m sorry as i did a seroius mistake ,when i read ur question i got Filters in my mind dont know why?
So my answer is valid if ur was about Filters order ,i hope u get what i want to say.. Sorry for this mistake..

regards
-santsoh
 
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