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session listeners

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I am remembering.
  • HttpSessionAttributeListener has to be added in web.xml under <listener> tag.
  • HttpSessionListener has to be added in web.xml
  • HttpSessionBindingListener are not needed to add in web.xml
  • HttpSessionActivationListnere are not needed to add in web.xml

  • When you call invalidte then
  • value is unbounded (is specific to object which is being unbounded)
  • value is removed(is specific to that web-app)
  • then session is destroyed(is specific to context) and will be called once per session

  • here is class for Demo purpose

    here is servlet

    If I am wrong then plz correct me.
    there is no question
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