However, configuring how Web Logic Server manages sessions is a key part of tuning your application for best performance.
When you set up session management, you determine factors such as: You can also store data permanently from an HTTP session. You configure Web Logic Server session tracking by defining properties in the Web Logic-specific deployment descriptor, .
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Since it is "random", it exposes no details about the session itself to unfriendly listeners.
The Coherence*Web Session Reaper scans for sessions that have expired, and when it finds expired sessions it destroys them.In a previous Web Logic Server release, a change was introduced to the Session ID format that caused some load balancers to lose the ability to retain session stickiness.A server startup flag, -Dweblogic.Extended Session Format=true, retains the information that the load-balancing application needs for session stickiness.Web Logic Server is set up to handle session tracking by default.You need not set any of these properties to use session tracking.