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SRV.7.3 Session Scope

 
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SRV.7.3 Session Scope says that :

HttpSession objects must be scoped at the application (or servlet context) level.

Page 267,Q7 (c) of HFSJ says that Attributes bound into a session ares available to other servlet that belongs to same servletcontext.

Does it mean that any servlet in the context which does not have access the the session variable can access the session attribute.
 
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Hi,

I think no. Only the servlets participates in the session ( request processing) have access to session attributes. All the requests in a session are processed in one servletcontext only.

Thanks
 
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