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From nyhgan <>
Subject Re: Session Objects
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2005 20:46:33 GMT
Have you considered storing your session objects to database? 

Mario Winterer <> wrote:Hi!

Is it really necessary to hold all active session objects in a global 
variable? I can't imagine a situation that would require this!


Jagadeesha T wrote:

>Thanks for responding.
>To manage session between an apllication and web servers. Is there any way to get that
worked in clustered enviornment?
>"Dale, Matt" wrote:
>Yes it will, this won't work accross a cluster. You need to use the regular session manager.
>Is there any reason why you put the sessions in a singleton?
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jagadeesha T []
>Sent: 08 February 2005 17:25
>Subject: Session Objects
>Hi all,
>I' am storing session objects in a SINGLEON class object to keep all active sessions.
Does it give any problems in clustered enviornment since singleton is a static referrence.
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