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Site tracking

Site tracking

Site tracking


How can I use JSP to make sure a user has logged in before I handle the request?


RE: Site tracking

Dear Mike,

This is not the Tek-Tips Psychic Hotline Forum.

> make sure a user has logged in

Logged in to what?


RE: Site tracking

I need restrict an access to any pages without user login on my site


RE: Site tracking

hello mfuna
   use cookies or session to track whether user logged in or not? and u can aslo user cookies to find out howmany times user logged in indstead of database
soma sekhar

RE: Site tracking

Hi, vempadu

fnx, i know it
i need to control "session on start" and "session on end" events.

i've found an example of this techniques, but i don't know how i can use it in my jsp

import javax.servlet.http.*;
import javax.servlet.*;

public class MyListener implements HttpSessionBindingListener {

  ServletContext context;

  public void ODSessionListener(ServletContext context) {
    this.context = context;

  public void valueBound(HttpSessionBindingEvent event) {
    // called when this class is put [putValue] into the session
    System.out.println(" ** [valueBound] ** Someone just bound my listener to a session!");

  public void valueUnbound(HttpSessionBindingEvent event) {
    // called when this class is removed [removeValue or invalidate] from the session
    System.out.println(" ** [valueBound] ** Someone just bound my listener to a session!");


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