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How to create an HttpSession in a non-servlet class

Thirumaran Somasundaram
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How can we create a HttpSession without a servlet....i mean, an ordinary java class with http session....how do we create this...does any one knows or have a sample coding for it.....please let me know.....
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Michael Morris
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Hi Thiru,
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Why in the world would you want to create a HttpSession object outside a web container? But if you really want to do it, just create a class that implements HttpSession.


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Van Glass
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What are you trying to accomplish? Perhaps with some more information I may be able to point you in the right direction.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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You can use a mock session object. The mock objects website gives you one without having to write any code. It can do almost anything a real session object can do. The mock object is intended to be used for testing.
If your session object is used in real code, you may want to consider changing the interface. It's better to keep the presentation layer separate.
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Jeanne, that interests me a lot. Two follow-ups: Your link needs an "s" to become http://www.mockobjects.com. And I couldn't find anything on session there. Maybe it didn't need an "s" and I went the wrong place altogether?


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