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Scope in Struts bean

Kousik Majumder
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Hi all,

Can somebody tell me if we set some form value in request scope then from a same machine if two browsers are opened then will they get the same request or not?

Thanks in advance,


Thanks in Advance,
shankar reddy
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As my concern , It will create separate request object for another object.

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Gowher Naik
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Struts are developed in Servlets.Servlets are thread based.If you open two browser at a same time and are requesting same Servlets then two separate threads are created.Request attribute are thread safe.
Brent Sterling
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Note that IE has a "feature" where if you open a new window via the File>New Window menu or Ctrl+N that the new window will interact with the same session. If you launch a new IE browser (say from the Windows Start menu) then it will use a different session.

- Brent
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