Class SessionInformation

  extended by
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public class SessionInformation
extends java.lang.Object

Represents a record of a session within the Spring Security framework.

This is primarily used for concurrent session support.

Sessions have three states: active, expired, and destroyed. A session can that is invalidated by session.invalidate() or via Servlet Container management is considered "destroyed". An "expired" session, on the other hand, is a session that Spring Security wants to end because it was selected for removal for some reason (generally as it was the least recently used session and the maximum sessions for the user were reached). An "expired" session is removed as soon as possible by a Filter.

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Serialized Form

Constructor Summary
SessionInformation(java.lang.Object principal, java.lang.String sessionId, java.util.Date lastRequest)
Method Summary
 void expireNow()
 java.util.Date getLastRequest()
 java.lang.Object getPrincipal()
 java.lang.String getSessionId()
 boolean isExpired()
 void refreshLastRequest()
          Refreshes the internal lastRequest to the current date and time.
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public SessionInformation(java.lang.Object principal,
                          java.lang.String sessionId,
                          java.util.Date lastRequest)
Method Detail


public void expireNow()


public java.util.Date getLastRequest()


public java.lang.Object getPrincipal()


public java.lang.String getSessionId()


public boolean isExpired()


public void refreshLastRequest()
Refreshes the internal lastRequest to the current date and time.