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Session Activation/Passivation

 
Andy Smith
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What are the diffenerent scenarios when a servlet container can passivate a session??
Is there any case besides migration?
[ November 25, 2003: Message edited by: Andy Smith ]
 
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Just some I'm clear on something...

'activation' and 'passivation' are words usually used in an Enterprise Bean context (EJB).

Do you mean 'when are session beans activated/passivated?' or an HttpSession ?
 
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Well i mean HttpSession only..
Are they activated/Passivated by the container??
HttpSessionActivationListener listens on activation /Passivation of the Session..I just want to know the different scenarios when this listener can be used?
 
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I guess we are currently discussing this topic in SCWCD forum... Do u ask the same question across forums?
 
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Yes, you are discussing it in SCWCD

Since this is a cross-post, it's now closed.
 
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