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priya Agrawal
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Joined: Feb 20, 2006
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Hi,

In the specfication they mention that we have to configer the HttpSession and ServletContext lifecycle Event in DD(i.e ServletcontextListner and HttpSessionListner). But in the case of ServletRequest they didnt mention so

Is we configer the ServletRequest in DD or not?

thanks,
Pritesh Agrawal
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Could you expand your question, I don't quite understand it.


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Amit Tayal
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Joined: Apr 25, 2006
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As per my understanding you are asking about listerners.
So,we have to configure all the listeners in DD except for HttpSessionActivationListener and HttpSessionBindingListener.

Amit
priya Agrawal
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Should we register the Event for ServletRequest life cycle in web.xml like a HttpSession and ServletContext Lifecycle Event.....
priya Agrawal
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But in servlet Specification they didnt mention for Servlet Listner.....
priya Agrawal
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Amit are you sour for both this listner are no need to configer in web.xml....!!!

just for clerfication......
Mohd Fuzail
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So,we have to configure all the listeners in DD except for HttpSessionActivationListener and HttpSessionBindingListener.


Yeah he is right... apart from these two listeners rest we need to Configure in DD


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