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Session management JSR168 and JSF

Ayub ali khan
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I have not worked extensively on JSR 168. I know that session management is handled by JSF frame work. When implementing portal solution using JSR 168 and JSF environment how is session management handled ?

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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In portals, as with JSF, the Session relies on the underlying application server for its implementation and true behavior. For the most part, you will find the PortletSession to be comparable to almost every way to the HttpSession you would be using in a JSF or Struts application.

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Ayub ali khan
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Thank you Cameron.

Have you encountered any issues related to session management in JSF + JSR168 environment ?

Thank you

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