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From Ted Slusser <>
Subject Re: action variables persisting across invocations
Date Fri, 18 Jan 2008 19:36:53 GMT
Great. thanks.  That worked once I added this to the web.xml



Does it 'throw away' objects per request?  Is this a performance  
concern?  What about object pooling, etc.  I suppose it's easier to  
throw it away rather than try and reset the state somehow which could  
lead to some pretty big problems.

On Jan 18, 2008, at 1:17 PM, Chris Pratt wrote:

>> On Jan 18, 2008, at 1:02 PM, Dave Newton wrote:
>>> --- Ted Slusser <ted.slusser@Vanderbilt.Edu> wrote:
>>>> I have a struts2 action that is having some parameters set by the
>>>> parameter interceptor.  If I go to a second browser / computer and
>>>> call the action I am seeing the same values on the Action that were
>>>> previously set.  Is this the normal behavior?  Is there a way to  
>>>> turn
>>>> it off?  Do I need to listen for some event at the end of the  
>>>> action
>>>> lifecycle and clear my variables manually?
>>> Shouldn't need to. Are you defining your actions in a Spring config?
>>> d.
> On Jan 18, 2008 11:07 AM, Ted Slusser <>  
> wrote:
>> Yes.
> Make sure you set scope="request" on your Spring action beans or it
> will create only one instance of the bean and reuse it forever.
>  (*Chris*)
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