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Hi,
I want to create a Folder for each session that is created...Cause I will be creating and displaying Images depending on different session...
Can someone please point me in the Right Direction,....
Thanks in advance....
 
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Weird.... put just use a HttpSessionListener that create the folder when session is created. You just have to creaet a class that implement HttpSessionListener, override the 2 methods (sessionCreated() and sessionDestroy() i think...) In the sessionCreated, create your folder. in the web.xml add your listener class and restard your webapp server.
 
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