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From Dean Hiller <d...@xsoftware.biz>
Subject Re: SessionListener invoked sometimes and not others
Date Sat, 08 Oct 2005 21:23:12 GMT
whoops, nevermind.  stupid question I found out after poking around.
dean

Dean Hiller wrote:

> My web app has two servlets. One JSF Faces servlet and another servlet 
> for processing AJAX requests from javascript. I want to know when the 
> app starts and when the app is done. Is the only way to do this is to 
> have a ServletContextListener listening to both those servlets? On the 
> first one, I get resources and on the last one being cleaned up, I 
> destroy the resources. I guess this works. I just wish I had access to 
> the app lifecycle.
> thanks,
> dean
>
> Mark Thomas wrote:
>
>>> From: dean@xsoftware.biz [mailto:dean@xsoftware.biz] So after a 
>>> restart of tomcat, I login and it appears the session is still
>>> valid, so it does not go through my session listener.
>>>
>>> I need to be aware of the web application lifecycle and want to grab a
>>> resource when the webapp starts and release when the web app goes 
>>> away. How do I do that?
>>>   
>>
>>
>> Use a ServletContextListener.
>>
>> Mark
>>
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