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After the cache is invalidated, if the client requests the cache, they are delivered a new version.There are three specific methods to invalidate a cache, but not all caching proxies support these methods. When the client requests the data again, it is fetched from the application and stored in the caching proxy.This method removes all variants of the cached content.Fetches requested content from the application, even if cached content is available.For more information about the charges for invalidation, see Paying for Object Invalidation.To control the versions of objects that are served from your distribution, you can either invalidate objects or give them versioned file names.

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Are you using plain servlets or something else also (specially the one that requires session, e.g.

A non-repeating timer invalidates itself immediately after it fires.

However, for a repeating timer, you must invalidate the timer object yourself by calling its invalidate method.

component based frameworks like JSF can be set to save the states on server which requires session)?

@Rohit Jain The logout servlet gets accessed when going to "/Logout" but the logout status filter filters every request so that if a user is logged in and goes to the homepage they see the members page instead of the login screen. I was just being picky about actually killing a session and not just stripping it's attributes, which appears to be all session.invalidate() actually does. To check if an user is logged in, you should surely not check if the servletcontainer has created the session or not. On login, just put the user model object in the session scope without checking if the container has created the session for you.