Invalidating a session in jsf

I am always trying my best to share my knowledge through my blog.

I am a self learner and passionate about training and writing.

But when I originally wrote that blog code (back in 1999), I had no interest in tracking visitors (and I personally still don't).

Earlier this year I wrote an application for a client using JSF and JAAS, but unfortunately I don't remember if we did anything to access the servlet session.

Getting back to the purpose of testing for the existence of a valid Java servlet session ...

if you're writing Java servlet code, and you want to test to see if the user has a valid Java servlet session, just call the Returns the current Http Session associated with this request or, if there is no current session and create is true, returns a new session.

I think they have fixed vulnerability Web Logic console only.

As I mentioned above, in modern Java frameworks like Struts 2 and JSF, you may not need to know anything about the traditional Java servlet session, but if you're writing old-fashioned Java servlets and JSP code, you can use this technique to test for the existence of a valid Java servlet session.

Tomcat has default timeout of 30 minutes but the default timeout depends on container to container.

Is there any way to clear username and password fields when the user leaving the login page.

try this piece of code : // Get the existing session.

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