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From Norris Shelton <>
Subject Re: Tomcat 5, cross context problem
Date Sat, 17 Apr 2004 01:19:59 GMT
I have also had problems getting crossContext to work with
5.0.19.  No one ever gave an answer.

Good Luck.

--- Rainald Suchan <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have 2 web applications, a JSP and a Servlet, that are in
> differed
> contexts. For both I have set cross context to true. In the
> JSP I put
> some attributes in the session and use a RequestDispatcher and
> call the
> include() function to pass the request to the servlet. In the
> servlet I
> get these attributes out of the session and put some other
> attributes in
> the session. After returning to the JSP I get these new
> attributes again
> out of the session. This all works ok with Tomcat 4. But now I
> tried
> this with Tomcat 5.0.16 and the session passed between the two
> webapps
> don't have the attributes in it any more in the other context.
> That
> means If I put an attribute in the JSP in the session and get
> this
> session back in the Servlet then this session doesn't contain
> my
> attribute any more.
> Is that a known issue with Tomcat 5?
> Does anybody have a solution for this problem?
> Regards
> Rainald


Norris Shelton
Software Engineer
Sun Certified Java 1.1 Programmer
Appriss, Inc.
ICQ# 26487421
AIM NorrisEShelton
YIM norrisshelton

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