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using servlet api ,http session one can identify
the client by creating a session req.getSession(true) and a unique sessionID is automatically generated fir him.by checking sessionId
we can track the user .
using cookies : by placing cookie in response and which is returned by client request ,one can trck
down the the each client .
if cookies are turned off by rewriting url (appending sessionid to url of each request made by client) one can track down the each client.
Am I correct.
 
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I think you are correct.
 
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Yes you are correct.
 
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