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Problems with HttpSessionBindingListener

Amit Manurkar

Joined: Apr 03, 2003
Posts: 11
I am trying to use "HttpSessionBindingListener" to keep track of the users who do not logout properly. For this in the "valueUnbound" event I want to check for a particular session variable (attribute).
But when I try to call the "getAttribute" method of session object (Session object I've retrieved from getSession() method of HttpSessionBindingEvent), it throws an exception that session is already invalidated.
Is it a normal behavior? or there is something wrong with my Tomcat (I m using Tomcat 4.1)
An early reply would be appreciated.

Amit Manurkar
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Problems with HttpSessionBindingListener
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