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Java » JSP » SessionScreenshots 
Using Sessions to Track Users

<%@page import "java.util.*" session="true"%>
<HTML
    <HEAD>
        <TITLE>Using Sessions to Track Users</TITLE>
    </HEAD> 

    <BODY>
        <% 
        Integer counter =  (Integer)session.getAttribute("counter");
        if (counter == null) {
            counter = new Integer(1);
        else {
            counter = new Integer(counter.intValue() 1);
        }

        session.setAttribute("counter", counter);
        %>
        <H1>Using Sessions to Track Users</H1>
        Session ID: <%=session.getId()%>
        <BR>
        Session creation time: <%=new Date(session.getCreationTime())%>
        <BR>
        Last accessed time: <%=new Date(session.getLastAccessedTime())%>
        <BR>
        Number of times you've been here: <%=counter%> 
    </BODY
</HTML>


           
       
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