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From Luís Góis <>
Subject Why I can't share Cocoon and Servlets contexts in Tomcat?!HELP
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2001 03:38:50 GMT

I'm getting rather desperate about what's hapenning to me! I want to share a session object
between a XSP page 
(where it's create) and a servlet. It seemed to work fine once I put the servlet in <servlet-mapping>
element at the web 
descriptor web.xml, but  that was using the Opera Web Browser. then I tried with IE, Netscape
... Opera again an it 
never worked again. I'm sure I didn't change the source code ... but I can't believe it just
stopped working. I've 
restarted tomcat 1000 times with no success.

Perhaps any of you could give me a step-by-step list of checks I could do to make shure that
those sessions are getting 
shared, since my servlets are in the WEB-INF/classes directory of my cocoon app deployment.

Refusing all cookies in my browser, the session ID of the servlet changes after every reload
(and is different from 
jsession parameter at the URL). When accepting cookies, the session ID is diferent for XSP
page and servlet and they 
keep their values after every reload.

Thanks in advance.
Luis Gois

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