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Doubt with Session listeners [from enthuware]

 
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Question from enthuware: enthuware.jwpv6.2.1045:
Which of the following events allow you to access the HttpSession attribute that cause the event to be fired?



The doubt lies among these two answers:
- HttpSessionBindingEvent
- HttpSessionAttributeEvent

When I create a listener of type HttpSessionAttributeListener, I can retrieve the same data as I can when using HttpSessionBindingEvent. And further, I can get the attribute that cause the event considering all objects/values that can be added to the Session attribute.

I still think that the right answer is HttpSessionAttributeEvent.

Anybody could help me with this question?
Thanks.
 
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Adolfo Eloy wrote:

The doubt lies among these two answers:
- HttpSessionBindingEvent
- HttpSessionAttributeEvent

When I create a listener of type HttpSessionAttributeListener, I can retrieve the same data as I can when using HttpSessionBindingEvent. And further, I can get the attribute that cause the event considering all objects/values that can be added to the Session attribute.

I still think that the right answer is HttpSessionAttributeEvent.

Anybody could help me with this question?
Thanks.



Answered here.

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