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Dear all,
we are developing an internet based application using servlets and beans. At the start of the application, after the user is logged in, the session is started. As part of the application, lots of information is stored in the session for the particular user, (including files uploaded). Now the problem is all these information should be removed from session, files should be deleted at end of the session. Now my question is How do I detect the session end?
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Muthuvel Chinnachamy.
 
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Check out javax.servlet.http.HttpSessionBindingListener, especially valueUnbound().
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Dear Peter,
Thanks for your reply.
I will explore more and get you back in case of problem.
Thanks again,
Muthuvel C.
 
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And also check this out.. http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/005514.html
cheers,
mpr
 
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