1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 15, 2010 4:15 AM by Thomas Jonsson

    Diffrence between Session and Conversation in scopeType

    Aboo salimon Newbie

      Hi,


      When we need to use scopeType as Session or Conversation can any body explain ?

        • 1. Re: Diffrence between Session and Conversation in scopeType
          Thomas Jonsson Newbie

          Conversation-scoped data is intented to have a shorter life cycle then session-scoped data. For instance, typical data that is stored in the session, is data for a logged in user - meanwhile data in conversation scope is more suitable in flow scenarios where you have a start point and an end point, for instance a registration form that spawns multiple requests. The corresponding start and end points of the session is login and logout. You can find a lot of useful information in the Seam documentation regarding scopes and it's life cycles.