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Front Man and commandContext.getSession

Mike Heffelfinger
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The getSession method of Java's request object returns the associated HttpSession object, or creates a new one if one doesn't exist. Does Front Man's commandContext.getSession method create a new HttpSession object if one doesn't already exist?
Gregg Bolinger
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I'm pretty sure that under the hood a call is being made to request.getSession(). So more than likely, yes.


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Bear Bibeault
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Bingo.

CommandContext.getSession() is a convenience method to prevent having to get the session as:



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