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On startup of webapp
##load the servlet class
##instantiate the class
##call init
##call contextInitialized(if listeners are existing
)
when there is a request
##call service
if session is created using HttSession ses = request.getSession(true) and listeners are implemented
##call sessionCreated

on shutdown
destroy
sessionDestroyed
contextDestroyed
Please add if I am missing something
 
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Hi,
It's my version:
On startup of webapp
##load the servlet class
##instantiate the class
##call init
##call contextInitialized - if ServletContextListeners is declared in DD.
when there is a request
##call service -> (doGet, doPost)
##HttSession ses = request.getSession() - use the existing session or create one if necessary.
##call sessionCreated() - if the class implement HttpSessionListener.
##call sessionDidActivate() - if the class implement HttpSessionActivationListener.
##call other listener methods if any session listener interfaces are implemented.
on shutdown
##destroy
##sessionDestroyed, sessionWillPassivate? ..
##contextDestroyed
Sorry, I just add on the author's message.
 
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on shutdown if i have attribute listeners
then it would be
session attributeRemoved
sessionDestroyed
similarly for ServletContext attributes too
am I correct...
I am really not sure SessionDidActivate and SssionWillPassivate ..I mean the order they will be called. I feel wcd gurus should help us with this
 
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