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We have a web application deployed on Websphere 6 (jsp/struts, EJB) The content displayed for different users is different. It is noticed that the content of one user shows up on another user's screen, when the number of simultaneous requests on the server starts increasing.
We (had to) make rather good use of some variables stored in the http session. Would this be due to some attribute that has to be set in websphere while deployment? Because development-wise there isnt anything that seems blatantly wrong that leads to this.
I am aware that it is hard to answer this query simply based on this data. But has this issue been faced by anyone? Any clues will be much appreciated, thanks.