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Mantaining Session Object in GWT

 
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Hi all,
I am new to GWT.
Can anyone guide me to maintain HttpSession,HttpServletRequest,HttpServletResponse Objects in GWT ?
I mean to say if i want to buildup one Login system with two different html/jsp pages using GWT then how will i achieve this ?

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Nirav Joshi
 
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On the server side, you can continue to use whatever approach you currently use. Once you start connecting your GWT client with your server code you will need to use a RPC service.

This link to the google docs should help get you started.
Making Remote Procedure Calls
 
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