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Tomcat: getActiveSessions, getSessionParams(sID) -> How?

Robert Jaeger
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Joined: Apr 29, 2002
Posts: 62
Hi,

I lost some hours to find a solution, finally it would be great if you could help me.

I found out how to store sessionIDs with a SessionListener.
However, later when I request them I want to get each user's session data for each running session.

e.g.:
Vector sessionIDs = tomcat.getSessions();
for (int s=0; s<sessionIDs.size(); s++)
{
String sessionID = (String) session.IDs.get(s);
HttpSession usersession = tomcat.getSession(sessionID );
System.out.println("username: " + (String)usersession.getAttribute("username")):
}

Is this possible?
I read someting about a StandardManager and the method findSession ... well, but don�t get it ... how do I get the right (actual) instance for this manager?

Maybe someone can help me,
that would be great.

Thanks,
Robert
Mike Curwen
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Joined: Feb 20, 2001
Posts: 3695

Rather than going through tomcat-specific classes, how about storing a reference to the Session object, while in your session listener.

So don't just store the ID, which you'd then use to retrieve (through tomcat-specific stuff, the HttpSession).... just store the HttpSession
 
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