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My Web App consists of JSP and Servlets. With in the servlet I set session attributes to certain values. If I have say three different people start using the app do each of them have a separate session in which the values they set to the session attributes are exclusive? I want to make sure that one user making a request does not affect what another user is doing.
 
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Assuming that the three people are not sitting on each other's lap using the same computer, they will each have separate sessions.

That's the whole point of sessions.
 
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While they each have separate session, it is possible to put the same global object into all of the sessions (in which case multi-threading becomes a problem). Is that the case here? Or are all objects you put into the sessions guaranteed to exist in just a single session?
 
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