In the end of the post I promised to write more advanced topic dedicated to the sessions in Spring MVC applications. Before I start discussion about sessions and the most frequent situations which occur in a process of development I want to underline some things. And as the result server doesn’t know who is an initiator of a request, even if an application has just one user.
The session is a tool for identifying of requests author.
Ex: (make sure to declare the page Directive as session="false" always) If you didn't define the page Declarative session="false", a default session will be created by the JSP when it is landed in the browser.For example, the Java Web Server has the ability to revert to using URL rewriting when cookies fail, and it allows session objects to be written to the server's disk as memory fills up or when the server shuts down.(The items you place in the session need to implement the interface to take advantage of this option.) See your server's documentation for details pertaining to your server.=null) call Page(request,response, LOGINPAGE);" id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl01_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="3684950" / Try passing action value "logoff" to servlet when you click the "logoff" button in jsp or html and then call the logoff method from your servlet.in your logoff method, do the following: Http Session session = Session(false); if(session!