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Hi folks,

We knew that there are four listeners for HttpSession. They are HttpSessionListener, HttpSessionAttributeListener, HttpSessionActivationListener and HttpSessionBindingListener.

As both activation and binding listener are being used to implement it on Java class that use with HttpSession, Shouldn't it be configured with deployment script(web.xml)

Thats what my observation. Is this right?

Thanks..
 
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Thank You Frits Walraven.

My observation is correct.
 
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