Invalidating the session in jsp kylie dating

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However, for purists, it IS putting control logic in a jsp page, which purists do not view as 'OK' (speaking as a purist myself, while acknowledging this as a possible character flaw.).

Hi All, I have got a task to perform in my jsp page.

My jsp page gets called on click of a link in my application.

In addition, I like to present messages like "Thank you " and this information is usually in session scope, so invalidating the session in the action class would force me to transfer this information into request scope just for showing in the logout page.

2007/9/11, Ray Clough The only thing "wrong" with it is that now you are putting application control logic in a jsp page, which is 'OK' for small apps, and is probably 'OK' in this particular instance if there are no complicating factors.

Hope that helps.-----Original Message-----From: Luna, Katherine [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 AMTo: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'Subject: RE: STRANGE: session.invalidate() is not invalidating the session I have the user object in the session, and each jsp page except the checks the session.

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