1. ServletContext and Session object stackoverflow.com
Is the ServletContext and Session object which we get from request object (HttpServletRequest) behave the same ?
2. Session object using ServletContext stackoverflow.com
Is there any way to get an object which will be there throughout the session from ServletContext object??
3. How can i achieve active(current) UserContext in some classes? stackoverflow.com
I have a problem. I hope somebody can help me. I want create UserContext when Servlet HttpListener SessionInitialize Method running. And after i want to call UserContext in Java Class. Example : protected ...
4. Why do I need an HttpSession to get the ServletContext? stackoverflow.com
In the Java Servlet API, the only way to get the
5. Notify ServletContext When a Session is Invalidated coderanch.com
6. Sharing Session across ServletContext coderanch.com
7. ServletContext and Session coderanch.com
Did you read further into the spec where it gets to the part about Sessions and a Distributed Environment (SRV.7.7.2) "Within an application marked as distributable, all requests that are par of a session must be handled by one virtual machine at a time. The container must be able to handle all objects placed into instances of HttpSession class using setAttribute()" ...
8. Session Attributes and ServletContext coderanch.com
A ServletContext represents one web application. A context is the root of the web application. In a url like http://domain ort/ctx, ctx is the context root of the application. The web application will usually be deployed as a war with the same name 'ctx' or in exploded directory format where the top level directory name is 'ctx'. A j2ee web container ...
9. ServletContext will be replicated in case Session Replication or not coderanch.com
10. maximum sensible size of httpsession and servletcontext coderanch.com
11. HttpSession and ServletContext - Difference? coderanch.com