[seam-dev] session invalidation problem

Pete Muir pmuir at bleepbleep.org.uk
Thu Apr 10 13:30:09 EDT 2008

Please report in JIRA with reproduction steps :-)

On 10 Apr 2008, at 18:13, Dan Allen wrote:
> I was doing some session size research today in my application and I
> uncovered what appears to be a pretty nasty bug in Seam during the
> post-session invalidation routine. If you call #{session.invalidate}
> (which is also called by #{identity.logout} it leads to an *explosion*
> of sessions. (~50)
> To observe this behavior, install a servlet context listener that
> watches for session creation. Then run one of these two action
> listener methods. You can run Thread.dumpStack() in the listener to
> see that it is happening as a result of attribute reads on the
> ServerConversationContext. I guess because the session was
> invalidated, Seam attempts to recreate the session over and over as it
> works with the conversation within that request.
> -Dan
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