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Hi,

Could any one give me a detailed documentation or tutorial for session management (creating a session to destroying the session) for JSP and servlet.
 
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The Servlet Specification is the best documentation.
 
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sorry don't mind i didn't understand Servlet Specification means!! I'm new to java and servlet!!
 
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The Servlet tutorial has some basic details to get you going. I'd suggest you start there; ask questions when you don't understand something and we'll try to help.
 
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Mayilsamy Annamalai wrote:sorry don't mind i didn't understand Servlet Specification means!! I'm new to java and servlet!!


The Servlet Specification is the document that defines how Servlets are to work. If you will be working with Servlets you need to get a copy (link in FAQ) and read it cover to cover.
 
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Or read a book like "Core Servlets and JSP" or "Head First Servlets and JSP"
 
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