Naveen Garg

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Recent posts by Naveen Garg

Use session.setMaxInactiveInterval(time in miliseconds) methods to set the time a session should exists.

Originally posted by Michael J. Makunas:
Is there a way to make objects that are stored in the session "expire" after a set amount of time even though the session is still valid? I know I could add some sort of time stamp to the data structure and check that timistamp the next time I retrieve the object from the session. What I really want is for these objects to remove themselves after a certain amount of time.

17 years ago
No, you can not do that. In fact I had also come across to the same situation. What I found is that you have to redirect or forward from calling applet/servlet only.

Originally posted by Ramiro Veramendi:
so, my question is that is it possible to have the applet to servlet communication just in one way (...just Applet --> Servlet)

17 years ago