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eswar kumar
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How the container knows whether there are still servlet requests or not for calling destroy()method?
William Brogden
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Since the servlet container gets the original request, creates/assigns a Thread to handle it, interprets it as a HttpServletRequest object, and calls the service method of the target, of course it knows which requests are still pending. How could it not?
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