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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20738] - Session variable returns null in non-SSL page
Date Fri, 13 Jun 2003 10:22:55 GMT
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Session variable returns null in non-SSL page

mbhat@omnesysindia.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Summary|Session variable returns    |Session variable returns
                   |null in non-SSL page        |null in non-SSL page



------- Additional Comments From mbhat@omnesysindia.com  2003-06-13 10:22 -------
 I cant have my full webapp in ssl session as it consumes resources. so i have 
to have some non-ssl web pages also. in these pages i need some session 
variables for example  user name to display in the page. 

I have also tested folowing. If i set my session variable in non-ssl page i can 
access that session variable in both http& https pages , where is if i set my 
session variable in ssl page i can access that session variable ONLY in SSL 
page. in non-ssl page it returns null. 

here are jsp code .
First begin by accessing first.jsp through HTTP


//********first.jsp************************/

<%
session.setAttribute("Name","Value");
%>

<a href="https://localhost/examples/test/second.jsp">next</a>
/************end of first.jsp****************/

//********second.jsp************************/

<%
out.println("o/p from second.jsp :"+(String)session.getAttribute("Name"));
%>
<br>
<a href="http://localhost/examples/test/third.jsp">next</a>
/************end of second.jsp****************/


//********third.jsp************************/
<%
out.println("o/p from third.jsp :"+(String)session.getAttribute("Name"));
%>
<br>
<a href="first.jsp">next</a>
/************end of third.jsp****************/

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