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Session Tracking in Wap

 
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I am using JSP/Servlets for a Wap Site
development. For some peculiar reasons of the wap
architecture i am not able to use the regular methods
of session tracking like cookies and url rewriting.
I can use only the hidden(postfield) form fields to
exchange the session ids between different servlets.

To get a reference to a existing session in a
servlet i am using the method of HttpSessionContext
like getSession(String id). But the interface
HttpSessionContext has been deprecated in the latest
versions of the jdk without any alternate
posibilities.

Can you provide me with any alternate methods in
which i can get a reference to the existing
HttpSession
object given its session id ?

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

B. R. C. Reddy.
 
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