1. Understanding Goetz's article on Thread safety of HttpSession stackoverflow.com
Referring to Goetz's article, I want to refer to this piece of code
2. Access user session objects from another thread, how to make it? stackoverflow.com
How can I access a user session objects from another thread? I want to delete some users on a regular basis. I can just delete them from the database, but some user ...
3. Session variables in JSP stackoverflow.com
How is a session object attached to each thread of a servlet? I believe its not a ThreadLocal, so how is it attached to each servlet thread?
4. How do servlets work? Instantiation, session variables and multithreading stackoverflow.com
Suppose, I have a webserver which holds numerous servlets. For information passing among those servlets I am getting the servlet context and setting session variables. Now, if 2 or more users ...
5. Session ID from Thread / Stacktrace stackoverflow.com
Not so much a problem I am having, just thinking about things. If i have a web application, lets take a call into a servlet. If the servlet calls into a data ...
6. why Session attributes are officially not thread safe in Servlet? stackoverflow.com
I am reading some servlet text regarding scope of attributes in Java servlet. In the text, the author wrote:
7. how we can make a session object thread safe? coderanch.com
8. Servlets, Sessions & Thread Safety?? coderanch.com
9. JMS Session single threaded -> multi threaded coderanch.com
10. Understanding thread-safe usage of JMS Sessions coderanch.com
I've read that JMS Sessions are not thread safe. I'm having trouble understanding what that means I should/shouldn't be doing with my sessions. I anticipate several different threads invoking methods concurrently and am trying to figure out if that means I should be creating a new session every time the method is invoked? Is it unsafe to store the session in ...
11. Question about servlet initialization, threads, sessions, etc coderanch.com