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Confused
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Im using jsp as a front end but sometimes some data is overloading to other user. Means one user is seeing others details instead of his own.
Can anybody help me out on this.

I havn't used session id or cache cleaning. So can you guide me on this how to use this b'coz my program is already being used.
karthikeyan Chockalingam
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Possible sources of problems are

1. The data to be displayed to the user may be stored in a static variable of the java UI data objects.

2. The data to be displayed may be stored in the application context (that is not in session context specific to a user.)


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Ben Souther
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Ben Souther
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Another possibility is that you are using instance variables in you JSPs.

Any variables declared within the <%! ... %> tags are instance varaibles and will be shared across all requests.
 
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