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Servlets ServletContextListener Example

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You didnt explain about web.xml and listener

Posted by jayakrishna on Tuesday, 10.5.10 @ 10:27am | #100053

hey its very good for me & for everyone

Posted by Imran on Saturday, 07.24.10 @ 19:28pm | #98405

I have not found the furniture class here, it would have been better if u would have given the reference of furniture page in comments.

Posted by Pradeep on Monday, 05.10.10 @ 13:02pm | #96935

where is the web.xml config needed for the example..??

Posted by JavaFreak on Sunday, 06.14.09 @ 02:25am | #88477

I have code which is very simialr to this, but i have a problem in GF2.

When I get to the contextDstroyed callback, my attribuet has mysteriously vanished!

I notice that you *talked* about doing cleanup in ContextDestroyed but don't actually do any of it. Did you run into the same p[roblem? have you solved it?

Posted by Jeff Kesselman on Wednesday, 03.11.09 @ 14:49pm | #85750

Where is the Furniture Class?

Posted by Anees Ahamed on Thursday, 03.5.09 @ 00:44am | #85499


Posted by 123444555 on Wednesday, 12.3.08 @ 06:03am | #82325

You didn't explain the configuration to be done in web.xml to hook this listener up using <listener> element.

Posted by Vamsi on Tuesday, 12.2.08 @ 05:12am | #82275

public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, }
HttpServletResponse response) throws
ServletException, IOException
in the above code u kept "}" in the middle of the doGet method...

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Posted by santhu on Thursday, 10.16.08 @ 21:09pm | #81125

Very well explained, would have liked to the the servlet config file aswell which has the init parameters.

Posted by Madhukar on Wednesday, 09.24.08 @ 04:20am | #80647

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