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improve the performance of a java web application

 
Kiran Chintha
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Hi,
I am working on an application built using Servlets and JSP's, that is running on RAD 7 Server, I have some issues with that application, and i hope you guys can help me out to solve this problem.

1. Session Management changes that needs to be done, because sessions are used rigorously within the application, and i need to trace the objects that are unwantedly residing within the sessions eventhough there is no proper use of them.

2. Different ways in which we can improve/tune the performance of an application.

Please suggest me the ways in which we can improve the performance of this application and how manage the sessions perfectly and what are the things we need to take care for proper maintenance of the session objects within the application.

And also please suggest me some sites where we can get better information for improving the performance of applications built using servelts/jsps.

Thanks in advance..
 
Dave Wingate
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If you're feeling adventurous, you can 'roll your own' session monitor by implementing a class that implements the javax.servlet.http.HttpSessionListener interface.
 
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