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CaptainCasa

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(...question via mail - answered through forum...)

HttpSessionListenerDelegator is called when the session is closed (e.g. timeout container).

But it doesn't get called when the tab is closed or when the browser is closed/killed, correct? You don't get that. Is this correct?

Björn Müller, CaptainCasa GmbH
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When using session mode "URL":

Then one browser tab is associated with one http-session. In this case the listener is called when closing the tab.

When using session mode "COOKIE":

Then several browser tabs share the same http session - each browser tab belongs to one internal dialog session. The dialog session is closed when closing the tab. The http-session remains. The http-session is closed on time out. (Why is it not closed "with the last brower tab"? Because the jsessionid-cookie remains on client side - so any new tab would again reference the http-session).


And just as side info: please always use the "Dialog Session" if you want to refer to the "session of the tab". The "Dialog Session" is an abstraction - which internally maps to the http-session in "URL"-tracking scenarios and which internall maps the the internal dialog session on "COOKIE"-tracking scenarios. The dialog session provides corresponding listeners for getting notified when it is closed.

Kind regards! Björn

Björn Müller, CaptainCasa GmbH
 
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