I work on an application using the struts framework. I'm trying to implement a way to avoid multiple form submission. I found that thet the "synchronize token" J2EE pattern has been implemented in the struts framework (even if I still don't really understand how it works...a good link ?).
I've found another solution to my problem but this solution stores the HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse in the user session and restore it if a certain condition is not fullfilled.
My question is : do you know any potential problem in storing and restoring the HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse in the user session ?
Thanks for any advice
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