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From "Nancy Crisostomo Martinez" <nanc...@correo.uqroo.mx>
Subject Re: session object [urgent!]
Date Sat, 02 Mar 2002 19:56:20 GMT
I have found a kind of bug or I don't know what....
I tried to access to the session's attributes, with another servlet-engine and it works perferct!
So... I think Tomcat 3.3 (I'm using) has a bug or maybe it is a cause of a bad configuration
because the
track is lost....

What do you think about it?
Does any of you have the same problem with sessions?



Nancy Crisostomo Martinez wrote:

> Hi everybody!
>
> I need your help..
> I'm trying to track some attributes I added to the session object, but I
> can't...
>
> I have an html file (main.htm) which opens a new window browser
> (validate.jsp) when you press a button to access to one service...
> Then when the user is validated in the validate.jsp file, I added two
> attributes to the session object like this:
>
>      .......
>      <%
>      if (validUser(id_Usuario)){
>         session.setAttribute("numero",id_Usuario);
>         session.setAttribute("edad",num);
>      .......
>
> and finally the window is closed and another new window is opened (
> portal.jsp ).
>
>      %>
>                  <script>
>
> window.open("portal.jsp","","top=0,left=0,width=791,height=520,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,status=yes")
>
>                      return eval('close()')
>                  </script>
>      <%
>      }
>      %>
>
> The portal.jsp file is formed by frames:
>
>           <HTML>
>           <FRAMESET rows="75,250*" frameborder="0" border="0"
> framespacing="0">
>                   <FRAME name="FrameArriba" scrolling="NO" noresize
> marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" SRC="arriba.htm" frameborder="0">
>
>                  <FRAMESET cols="128,127*"  border="0" framespacing="0"
> frameborder="0">
>                          <FRAME name="FrameIzquierda" scrolling="NO"
> marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" noresize SRC="izquierda.jsp"
>           frameborder="NO">
>                          <FRAME name="FrameServicio" marginwidth="0"
> marginheight="0" noresize SRC="blanco.jsp" frameborder="NO" >
>                  </FRAMESET>
>
>                  <NOFRAMES>
>                        Su browser no acepta Frames.
>                  </NOFRAMES>
>           </FRAMESET>
>           </HTML>
>
> In the left frame (FrameIzquierda) I have a jsp file (izquierda.jsp)
> that reads the new session's attributes (numero,edad) and they are
> displayed perfectly when the
> portal.jsp file is opened. Moreover, in the right frame I put a jsp file
> (blanco.jsp) that also reads the attributes 'id' and 'ag' and they are
> perfectly displayed too.
> But the problem becomes when I click a link placed in the izquierda.jsp
> file :
>
>      .....
>      <a href="top.jsp">test</a>
>      or
>      <a href="top.jsp" target="FrameServicio" >test</a>
>      .....
>
> The top.jsp file also reads the attributes (numero, edad)...
> In both cases the session's attributes are not displayed, they only
> return a "null" value,  and the session id (session.getId()) is
> differtent because when the link is
> pressed, a new session object is created....so.. I don't know how to fix
> this....
> I really need to get the two attributes I stored previously in the
> session object...
>
> Could you please help me???
> I'm desperate!!
>
> Thank you in advance..
> Nancy.
>
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