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How to invalidate session using JSTL

 
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Hello,

I know how to do that in JSP <% session.invalidate(); %>, but I want to do it using JSTL. Does someone know how to do that?

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You can't. Performing processing, rather than renderring a view, is not the focus of the JSTL.
 
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Oke thanks. I've another qtion if it's possible: is there a methode in java which cheks a string.

For example:
String a = "I don't know how";
And I wanna know if this Srting a contains "how"
 
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Look here.
 
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