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Hi there.
Now, if class Obj implements the HttpSessionBindingListener, what is the order of notification when the following code executes:


I am amazed because when I kept track of the listener methods (on Tomcat), I found the order of notification the following:
Bound-Bound-Unbound
and I have expected:
Bound-Unbound-Bound
Does anybody have an explaination?
Thank you in advance
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