Synchronizer Token 就是用于防止表单重复提交的那种token
Core J2EE Patterns里有描述：
Synchronizer (or Déjà vu) Token
This strategy addresses the problem of duplicate form submissions. A synchronizer token is set in a user’s session and included with each form returned to the client. When that form is submitted, the synchronizer token in the form is compared to the synchronizer token in the session. The tokens should match the first time the form is submitted. If the tokens do not match, then the form submission may be disallowed and an error returned to the user. Token mismatch may occur when the user submits a form, then clicks the Back button in the browser and attempts to resubmit the same form.
On the other hand, if the two token values match, then we are confident that the flow of control is exactly as expected. At this point, the token value in the session is modified to a new value and the form submission is accepted.
You may also use this strategy to control direct browser access to certain pages, as described in the sections on resource guards. For example, assume a user bookmarks page A of an application, where page A should only be accessed from page B and C. When the user selects page A via the bookmark, the page is accessed out of order and the synchronizer token will be in an unsynchronized state, or it may not exist at all. Either way, the access can be disallowed if desired.
Please refer to "Introduce Synchronizer Token" in the "Presentation Tier Refactorings" section, p. 77 for an example of this strategy.