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From legolas <legola...@gmail.com>
Subject What is relation of JSESSIONID and HttpSession?
Date Wed, 30 Jan 2008 20:15:25 GMT

Hi
Thank you for reading my post
Can some one clear my doubt about this subject?

- We can add some attribute to HttpSession in our servlet and then retrieve
it when we need them from the session. This information are kept in the
server. If this statement is correct, How does each session is bindded to a
visitor?


-There is something named JSESSIONID which can be used, it will add only one
parameter to the url named JSessionID. It can help to identify each session
which is stored in  server memory is assigned to which client.
Is it correct?


I can not understand, do we use HttpSession and URL rewriting (this
JSessionID thingy) together or we use JSessionID when we are sure that the
visitor browser set cookie using to OFF.


Thanks
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