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HttpSessionBinding interface

 
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I am working on struts and ejb.
Is there a way to get a session's attribute after session timeout.I used

HttpSessionBinding interface.
public void valueUnbound(HttpSessionBindingEvent event) {
log.debug("User is UnBound as "+event.getSession().getId());

I am able to get the sessionId.
But it is not able to get attribute as tomcat already run removeAttribute().Server prompts error at this point.
How should I get attribute in valueUnbound(..)if session is timed out.
 
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Wouldn't using the HttpSessionListener methods help ?
 
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Hi,

I think srinath is correct. What you can do is implement HttpSessionListener and in the sessionDestroyed() method, you can save the attribute for further use...
 
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