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Is it possible to have two different sessions of an application when application is opened from two different browsers?

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Is it possible to have two different sessions of an application when application is opened from two different browsers?
posted Jul 19, 2015 by anonymous

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I need to share data between sessions running in different Tomcat server.
I 'd been thinking about using a JMS broker (as ActiveMQ ):

  • when a new session is created in Tomcat A, it's created a new unique topic for this session
  • the session registers itself as listener of that topic ( the only one listener )
  • publish the name of this topic by some way , so it can be found by another session in Tomcat B

I don't know if somebody has used something like this sometime, and how he/she did it
Any suggestion/opinion ?

I'm not sure either use only one topic for all session created or one topic per session ?
I think that one topic per session is more safe because if I use one topic for all sessions, if one message is not read quickly by one consumer (a session ), could block the topic, Obviously , i'll define a TTL for messages/topic

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I think we can do it through the web.xml file located in tomcatconfweb.xml and then restart Tomcat.

Is there a difference if I change it in the tomcatconf location versus tomcatwebapps[web app name] web-infweb.xml location?

If I change the web.xml file in the tomcatconfweb.xml location will it override the web app location?

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Setup:
- Two physical servers each running Tomcat 7.0.42
- Brocade load balancer in front

The load balancer is set to source IP persistence for 5 minutes. This time can be changed of course.

The thing I don't understand is 5 minutes or 5 hours - at then end that time limit the user can be sent to the other server and lose data stored in the session.

So why do sticky sessions matter when session replication turned on in Tomcat? Is a performance issue?

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