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Struts 2 session management

 
Dheeraj Singh Thakur
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HI,

I am developing a site in which i have to implement session listener.
As i have HttpSessonListener for this but i want to know is there any equivalent struts 2 api for this.

Thanks in advance
 
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HttpSessonListener is in the JEE API, not Struts (1 or 2).
 
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This is my question. We have HttpSessionListener in JEE...Do we have anything like this for struts.??
 
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Dheeraj Singh Thakur wrote:This is my question. We have HttpSessionListener in JEE...Do we have anything like this for struts.??

Why would struts have the same functionality again? Struts is not a replacement of JEE APIs. Is there a reason why you don't want to implement the JEE HttpSessionListener?
 
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Iam using SessionAware for session management and i want to configure HttpSessionListener but its not working with SessionAware means sessionCreated method is not called when new session object is being created using SessionAware.
 
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Dheeraj Singh Thakur wrote:Iam using SessionAware for session management and i want to configure HttpSessionListener but its not working with SessionAware means sessionCreated method is not called when new session object is being created using SessionAware.


SessionAware does not create new sessions. If you want to listen for session attribute changes then you must implement HttpSessionAttributeListener. HttpSessionListener.sessionCreated is only fired once when the user session is created.
 
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