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Need an assistant for servlet binding listener w/ resin

DC Dalton
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Joined: May 28, 2001
Posts: 287
Im not sure Im posting this in the right place but the jobs section looked like it was more for recruiters & that Im not! Im working on a site that HAS to be done next Wednesday & Im really behind! (What else is new). What I need is someone to write me a servletbindinglistener class (inner or what not)that will change 1 field in a db (logged On) when the session for that member times out. I was going to start testing this today (Ive never done it before) but then got hammered with a corrupt 16,000 line database that has to be fixed. Im using resin as an engine & from what I understand it has its own binding listener, I dont know if we have to use it but its there. My main concern is this, if I have the listener in every servlet on the site how do we keep one servlet that was visited by a member, say an hour ago, writing to the db that they are logged out when in fact they are somewhere else on the site?...Anyways I am willing to throw a few bucks to any one person who can help in a timely fashion. I really need to get this going! If you want to email me at I can further dicusss the site & what Im trying to do.....if you can help please write & sorry if I posted this in the wrong place but I couldnt find anywhere else to put it.
[This message has been edited by DC Dalton (edited August 02, 2001).]
Cameron Park
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Joined: Apr 06, 2001
Posts: 371
You can use session binding listener instead of each servlet. I think I can do it if you can send the specs to
I agree. Here's the link:
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