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WebLogic Server Session Maintanance

WebLogic Server Session Maintanance

WebLogic Server Session Maintanance


  I am working on WebLogic 5.1. My application
involves purely JSP pages with Java Beans.At the
moment we have one Appserver running WebLogic 5.1
containing the Applications connected to a Webserver
running Apache.

 We also have another Webserver and an Appserver with
a similar setup. Both the Webservers are connected to
a Web switch that does request redirection in a
round-robin fashion. The Appservers running WebLogic,
containing our application are not connected to each
other any way. Each Webserver redirects the request to
one Appserver only, for eg: Webserver1 redirects "jsp"
requests to Appserver1 and Webserver2 redirects "jsp"
requests to Appserver2. In our application we need to
manage states using session objects.

 Now my question is this since we are using session
objects and these session objects are not persistent
nor are we using session redirection. Will there be a
session consistace between the two servers.

 Can I solve the problem by either Appserver
Clustering, or is there any other way of getting
around this problem.



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