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From Javier Sanchez Monzon <>
Subject Re: Session attributes lost
Date Mon, 27 Oct 2003 16:33:35 GMT
hi , 
i didn't use JBoss, but i had also a problem about losing http sessions while 
trying to connect apache and tomcat.  the problem was on my configuration 
serv.xml. Therer was no proxy sever defined. I set up the proxy sever on 
tomcat an it works, but only internal. i mean only at the computers of the 
firma. but there was no way for people outside the firma to call the web app.  
Then i need to setup a tomcat connector, where actually i am.  if i setup 
correctly, then it shall work the connection.

i do not know if this would help you.

Quoting Markus Heussen <>:

> Hi all,
> Our environment:
> * Win2K
> * first Apache Tomcat/4.1.18 with JDK 1.3.1_07-b02
> * Apache 2.0.44 in Front of the Tomcat an with mod_jk2 2.0.43 running for
> load balancing
> * JBoss 3.2.1 with a separate JDK 1.3.1_07 included a Tomcat 4.1.24
> We have some strange losts of session attribute values. It seems that the
> problem occurs in particular when the servers load is high. Our Cocoon
> 2.0.4
> application stores each request parameter and any user given form data in
> separate session attributes. Again and again it happens, that stored
> session
> attributes are lost. In all cases the session itself seems to be valid. It
> also happens that a date like "19.10.2000" stored in a session attribute
> returns on getAttribute the value "19.10.". Mostly the informations stored
> in session attributes are string objects.
> I searched round about few days in different mailing lists for hints
> finding
> a fix for this problem. It seems that we are not alone with this problem.
> But still I did not find a answer :-(
> Anybody out there who can turn us to the right direction to solve this
> behavior?
> Please help us!
> Best regards, Markus
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