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Response State State(Response State Manager.java:149) at com.icesoft.faces.webapp.xmlhttp.Blocking All Updates(Blocking Servlet.java:357) at com.icesoft.faces.webapp.xmlhttp. Blocking Servlet.service(Blocking Servlet.java:261) at javax. Http Servlet.service(Http Servlet.java:802) Yes, you're right, but I think it's a race that the receive-updates request always loses;) When using asynchronous updates the outstanding (in time not quality) receive-updates request will cause this. I think it's just a matter of the Response State State() needing to check the session state before attempting to grab anything out of it. Thanks, Philip Sadly the example zip file only seems to work until you try and "log in" again. once the "logout" has been performed taking you to the start page, click the button, and it will freeze (this seems to be erratic).

Is this similar to what the enterprise edition's connection management does?

Hi, I'm trying to logout from my application by clearing the Acegi security context and killing the session in order to clear my session-scope spring-based application beans but the navigation back to the login page doesn't (perhaps not that surprising) work after that.

Is there any way of redirecting from within ICEfaces?

This could be something like If "Rest of login logic" defines how you validate username and password, the above code structure says something like "First sign in the user no matter what username and password are entered, and only then check if the given username and passwords are valid". The use of Name is a bad practice as I suspect that the above method is declared in a servlet class, which means you defined user Name to be an attribute variable of that servlet.

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If "Rest of login logic" defines how you validate username and password, the above code structure says something like "First sign in the user no matter what username and password are entered, and only then check if the given username and passwords are valid". The use of Name is a bad practice as I suspect that the above method is declared in a servlet class, which means you defined user Name to be an attribute variable of that servlet.Thanks Are you using just the existence of a session to determine whether a user is logged in?