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Disable session for a Specific JSP page

 
SaravanaKumar Venugopal
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Hi All,
I am having a requirment in my project to disbale to authentication for a specific JSP page, can you help me on this on how to do.

Remeber my JSP Page will have Struts form which will get details from DB.
 
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Not sure what you are asking. You can have a specific JSP not participate in the session by using the appropriate directives, but I'm not sure that's what you mean.
 
SaravanaKumar Venugopal
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Huh, Reframed my issue below

Consider my JSP will have details based on a ID. We need to mail same JSP page link to other team so that they must be able to open the same page without same session authentication.

Hope you would have got my issue, not sure how it can be done
 
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If someone follows the link from their own system they will not be participating in the session that created the message.
 
SaravanaKumar Venugopal
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Yup, it was the wrong requirement , so we are not going to proceed with what I have posted. So closing this post.

Sorry if I have wasted your time.
 
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Well, I'm glad that you got the requirement resolved that way. It's amazing the number of threads we have around here where the questioner posts some strange question, and people ask "Why would you want to do such a strange thing?", and the questioner has nothing to say but "That's what the requirement is". Those are very frustrating.
 
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