The problem scenario is: In a cluster environment, an object is saved in session by one node, and then one of that saved object's attribute is updated as follows: 1. session.setAttribute(ObjectName, value); 2. ObjectName sessObject = (ObjectName)session.getAttribute(ObjectName); 3. sessObject.updateAttribute1(); //which updates attribute1 of sessObject Then the failover scenario occurs where the request is sent to the other node. Now, we don't see the updated attribute of the saved session object when the 2nd node tries to process it.
My question is, do we need to explicitly set the object in session again every time there is an attribute change? I mean, do we need to have the following setAttribute line everytime we update any attribute of that object to keep the session object up to date? session.setAttribute(ObjectName, value);
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