Invalidating a session

Posted by / 09-Nov-2017 02:34

Invalidating a session

This delegate serves many purposes: If you are using custom delegates with a URL session (required for background tasks), the complete life cycle of a URL session is more complex.

Please explain about the functionality of session.invalidate().

If now an attacker can copy the content of the cookie, then he could still use the session to access the site.

So afaik this means the session is never really invalidated on the server side.

When session.invalidate() is called while logging out from application will it clear all the seesion related data?

interface to allow invalidating an existing login session.

I have read a lot of posts about this, but none of the solutions have worked for me.

The problem is that I have a log in page, instanciate a session, set variables to my session and when I logout I use the session.invalidate(); method to keep security of my pages I use an if statement like String loged=String.value Of(Value("logedin")); if(loged.equals("false")|loged.equals(null)|loged.equals("")|loged.equals("null")){%Metaquestion: I'm curious about something that I've seen quite often in the various forums: Oftentimes and 'answer' will be in the form of "Look at the API" or even "RTFM".

thanks & regards, seetharaman I am working on a web based application. It is happening that when somebody closes the application (without logout),the session counter will not decrement. Background Info: I am working on a project to lock a product id number so it may not be accessed by more than one session at a time.

I create a lock by writing the session id, product id number, user id and timestamp to a oracle database table.

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