Invalidating a session in javascript

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Since there is no ongoing session to be dropped (remember, the connection only lasts long enough for the server to accept a request and return a response), there's no way the server will know that the client went away.

Thank you "Tim" for reply, please give me solution for following point: 1) Window close or tab close event in jsp & servlet.

There is a single sign on and the user is redirected to a search screen.

The search results are persisting across different user logins, so they are apparently sharing the same session.

If the object implements the Http Session Binding Listener interface, the container calls the corresponding notification methods Rajasekhar Cherukuri Tata Consultancy Services Limited Air-India Building 11th Floor, Nariman Point , Mumbai - 400 021, Maharashtra India Mailto: [email protected]: "Sahil Gupta" cc Subject Invalidating a session using JAVASCRIPT Hi, Can anyone tell me how to logout a user (invalidate his Session) when a user directly closes his browser window. Regards, Sahil Gupta Extn : 233 Email : [email protected]****************************************************************** Net Edge Computing Global Solutions Private Limited. If you are not the addressee or authorized to receive this for the addressee, you must not use, copy, disclose or take any action based on this message or any information herein.

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There is no protocol defined for the World Wide Web to deal with that.

If the user closes a server window/tab, the server is not notified by the client.

Upon clicking on the logout link again (which, by the way, is one of the things enclosed in a is User In Role block), things work correctly. Does the problem have to do with the fact that something having to do with the Principal/Subject is cached in the Http Request object (grasping)?

I've tried things like creating a new session after invalidating the original.


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