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Hi,
I have a doubt in Session Listener. Will the sessionDestroyed method in the SessionListener called even if the session gets inactivated itself based on the session timeout set in the web server.
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That is exactly what it means - when the server inactivates the session, that method is called.
For many purposes I like SessionBindingListener better - it is also called when the session is inactivated.
All this is detailed in the servlet API which you can download from java.sun.com.
Bill
[ August 14, 2002: Message edited by: William Brogden ]
 
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