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From William Brogden <wbrog...@bga.com>
Subject Re: does a context get a new session?
Date Tue, 22 Aug 2000 00:56:57 GMT


"Shade, Christopher" wrote:
> 
> I've seen a variety of session problems posted to the list and in the
> archives.  But i'm not sure what's happening in my case.  I have an initial
> JSP that puts a Long object into the session, then the user hits a hyperlink
> to a servlet, which does stuff and forwards to another JSP.  So it's a JSP
> to Servlet to JSP kind of model.  Is it possible that this movement across
> contexts (from the /servlet context to the context i defined in the
> server.xml for my JSPs) is affecting the session?
> Because when I go to the /servlet context, it creates a new session, so the
> Long object isn't there.  But if I just go between JSPs (that are all in the
> same directory) the session retains its state.  And the session retains its
> state when I go from the servlet to a JSP using
> getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher().forward().


I bet that if you examine the cookie being written,it is restricted to
the
path the JSP pages are on.

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