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Thanks in advance, Shalaka Check whether session object is null or not. So as per me one solution to your scenario code be put some value in session object in some page for e.g.
If the session object null means, session is already expired or not yet initiated. After clicking the link that invokes my jsp page, it redirects me to the given url... page1------------ Attribute("something","somevalue"); now in your executing jsp page apply a check on the attribute As per my knowledge in a jsp page session object can never be null, because if you look at the _jsp Service method of servlet(jsp compiled servlet) the following line of code gets executed session = page Session(); means your session object is not null.
It throws an Illegal State Exception if the session is invalid.
Once you have an Http Session Context, it's possible to use it to examine all the currently valid sessions with the following two methods: public Enumeration Http Session Ids() public Http Session Http Session Session(String session Id) The get Ids() method returns an Enumeration that contains the session IDs for all the currently valid sessions in this context or an empty Enumeration if there are no valid sessions.
But after creating a class of Http Session Listener, what should I do.
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My jsp page gets called on click of a link in my application.
What I need to do is My jsp page should check if the current session is still valid & if it is then invalidate the session & redirect to another page outside the application. Please let me know how to check, if the sesion is valid & invaidate it if it is valid. As per my knowledge in a jsp page session object can never be null, because if you look at the _jsp Service method of servlet(jsp compiled servlet) the following line of code gets executed session = page Session(); means your session object is not null.
interface to allow invalidating an existing login session.
This can be used to, in essence, ignore a logged in user’s authentication cookie (typically due to some external event such as the user having changed their password since they logged in).2014-04-07 ,644 DEBUG [org.springframework.context. Http Session Security Context Repository] - Security Context stored to Http Session: 'org.springframework.context.