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Hello friends ,
I have to implement session handling. What my doubt is ,I want the session to expire when the user click the back button on the browser.
How do I go for it . Please help
 
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This is really more a question for the Servlets/JSP forum, so I've moved it.
 
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Your question is not clear,may be from whatever i got after reading I think this can be done using some method like invalidate() in HttpSesion Class or try using removeAttribute() or removeValue().
 
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Here is what I think...You dont ever know when the browsers back button is pressed so I dont think you can accomplish your goal that way. You may want to track the users navigation of the site in the session and once he visits a page you can check the session to see if he has visited it. If he has then you can do whatever it is you want to do (invalidate the session).
best of luck
paul
 
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hai

your question is not clear
as far as i know u can use the method HttpSession.invalidate()
to invalidate a session
else use HttpSession.removeValue(String st) - to remove objects bound to a specified name
 
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