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HttpSessionBindingListener in Orion

 
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I'm implementing a HttpSessionBindingListener using Orion 2.0.2 and cannot get the application to instantiate properly. Has anyone had this problem? I add the fully-qualified listener class name to the deployment descriptor, write the listener class implementing HttpSessionBindingListener. An application that works fine before the listener is added gives me a Http 500: Internal Server Error as soon as the listener is there. I'd really appreciate some thoughts.
 
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well, I have used HttpSessionBindingListener in Orion2.0.2. I set an instance of that class as a session attribute, so it can do some clean up when it is unbound from the session. I did not need to put it anywhere in the deployment descriptor though
 
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