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nitin kumar
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Joined: May 14, 2002
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Hi guys,
I need to display dynamic values(href) on a jsp page which come from a database.So Im storing all the dynamic values in class in static variables.The problem is that the session is expiring.I wonder how those objects variables can be made persistent.In java is there anything to persist the values.And also the variables are private static and synchronised.And the object is invoked from each jsp page .I store all the values in a java file
Howard Kushner
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Joined: Sep 19, 2003
Posts: 361
Hi Nitin,
Are you taking about an HttpSession?

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Winston Smith
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Joined: Jun 06, 2003
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Try moving your logic out of the JSP page and into a Bean. This way, you can assign the Bean "application" scope, and its attributes will persist throughout sessions.

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