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Servlet Session Management is a Java mechanism for storing session information in a Web container. Session tracking, also known as session management in servlet, is a method of managing a user's data. In Java, sessions are managed in a variety of ways, including the HTTP Session API, Cookies, URL rewriting, and so on.

Session management refers to a set of requests and replies connected with a certain user and is used to support secure interactions between that user and a service or application.

To keep track of many session IDs, an effective session management approach is required. Cookies, URL rewriting, SSL, and hidden form fields are some of the mechanisms used by web applications to distinguish individual sessions.

  • In IntelliJ Idea, create a maven project.
  • Update the pom.xml to include the required dependencies. Add the javax to the mix.
  • Create the login page. 3.1.
  • Create the LoginServlet class.
  • Create the LoginSuccess.jsp.
  • Create the Logout Servlet.

Session management refers to a set of requests and replies connected with a certain user and is used to support secure interactions between that user and a service or application.

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