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For some reason when I invalidate a Session it does not seem to be working. If I have the following code. session.invalidate(); session = request.getSession(true); System.err.println("invalidated:" + session.getId()); forwardToPage("/mailapp/Login.jsp", request, response); The Session ID printed out is the same session ID that was printed out when the session was first created. What could be going on. Could it be a problem at where I am declaring my HttpSession variable? I have another thread asking about HttpSession scope. Thanks, Kenny
I fixed it. I think it had to do with the scoping of my HttpSession declaration. I was declaring it as an instance variable. I now have it local and pass it around to the necessary methods and all works fine. Thanks! Kenny