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Chapter 7 Examples from Java Servlet Programming

  • 7-1: Session tracking using hidden form fields
  • 7-4: Session tracking a hit count
  • 7-6: Invalidating all stale sessions
  • 7-7: Snooping session information

Examples from other chapters:


Example 7.1: Session tracking using hidden form fields
This servlet demonstrates session tracking using hidden form fields by displaying the shopping cart for a bookworm. Note that, if you try this servlet, the buttons at the bottom of the page it generates don't take you anywhere real.

Example 7.4: Session tracking a hit count
This servlet uses session tracking to count the number of times a client has accessed it. The servlet also displays all the bindings for the current session, just because it can.

Example 7.6: Invalidating all stale sessions
This servlet manually invalidates all the sessions on the server that are more than a day old or have been inactive more than an hour.
    • Try it (diabled, no longer supported on API 2.2)
    • Source

Example 7.7: Snooping session information
This servlet snoops information about the current session and other sessions on the server.
    • Try it (diabled, no longer supported on API 2.2)
    • Source

 


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