so kindly is there any alternative way we have many thing like remote ip address, Session Listner, Context Listner etc. The best method to invalidate session or not allowing a user to have more than one session, is to create the context scoped map and store the session id and all the relevant info of user into the map.
Whenever the user creates the new session just check whether the user is present in the context map or not.i Have do like this Http Session session = Session(); Servlet Context context = Servlet Context(); Hash Map active Users = (Hash Map)Attribute("active Users"); active Users.put(Id(), session); Attribute("active Users", active Users); in session Created method of session Listner in i successsfully get the list of active user's name and there session id but when i do like that Http Session Context context=Session()Session Context(); Servlet Context sc=Session()Servlet Context(); Hash Map active Users = (Hash Map)Attribute("active Users"); Http Session session=Session(); if(active Users.contains Key(this.session ID)==true) it will not allow and through excapetion org.apache.jasper.
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If not, please show us the exact code and the stacktrace/result you see.
But you need to keep one thing in mind that the object may became invalid but this doesnot mean that it will cleaned immediately, even after invalidating it after all its attributes gone it is possible that sesssion object will get reused, I got the same user ID and creation time.
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Hi All, I want to invalidate user's session when user log in from different remote location in web application.
If it does, the object is notified that it has been bound to the session or unbound from the session via the callback methods value Bound(Http Session Binding Event event) and value Unbound(Http Session Binding Event event) respectively. Throws: Illegal State Exception - if this method is called on an already invalidated session java docs : docs.oracle.com/javaee/5/api/javax/servlet/http/…// create session if none exists (default) and obtain reference Http Session session = Session(); // add a session attribute Attribute("lollypop", "it's my party"); // obtain reference to session attribute Object lollypop = Attribute("lollypop"); // print session ID and attribute println(Id()); println(lollypop); session.invalidate(); // session invalidated but reference to it still exists if (session == null) // print ID and attribute from invalidated session (will be same as before) println(Id()); println(lollypop); // print 'null' (create=false makes sure no new session is created) println(Session(false)); If you call Session().invalidate() and directly afterwards in the same thread Session(false) it should return null.This stops the user from being able to attempt to log in again.void invalidate() Invalidates this session then unbinds any objects bound to it.Licensees are expected to make a timely response to audit requests.