Spring MVC Controllers are singletons

Spring MVC Controllers are singletons
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11508405/are-spring-mvc-controllers-singletons

This means, I can’t store session/state information in them…
How do I do that? I am about to give up and do a JAVASCRIPT front end
for now…

Confirming that spring MVC controllers are singletons:
What do you do when you have more than one user on them?
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15836136/more-than-one-user-in-the-same-controller-spring-mvc

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