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And no, you are not using the same session object after a timeout.Kind Regards, Jakob Jenkov Http Session get Session(boolean create)Returns the current Http Session associated with this request or, if there is no current session and create is true, returns a new session.If create is false and the request has no valid Http Session, this method returns null.Parameters: create - true to create a new session for this request if necessary; false to return null if there's no current session Returns: the Http Session associated with this request or null if create is false and the request has no valid session ----- KK session initialize by container, different container has their particular implementation.ladder racks for trucks cheap Cheers, AT Session Invalidate() method removes the attributes bind into the session object as well as the session objects also dies where as the Session(false) will return the existing session only, if its not shows null means the session is already existing will be meant.Hello all, I'm working at the moment on a JSF web project, using JBoss AS 7.1.1.
If your app doesn't require login, use any other object.
Final and Mojarra 2.1.7 (Mojarra 2.1.7-jbossorg-1). As an outcom of an security review, we have the requirement to switch the HTTPSession after a successful login of the user.
This is based on a recommendation of the OWASP (see https:// As I worked previously on a web project based on Apache Wicket, I was very confident, that this wouldn't be a big Issue. We are using on the login page some session scoped Beans (Using CDI Named - Annotation).
I am using struts and tomcat and wants the user to be redirected to login page after session timeout.
For testing purpose, I set 1 minute session timeout in both tomact and application files.