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Web application using JBOSS server

rpriya rajkumar
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How to create containers in JBOSS web server??
Jaikiran Pai
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Welcome to the forums!

What containers are you trying to create?

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rpriya rajkumar
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Dear Sir,
I'm new in working with JBoss server... Let me explain my idea clearly... I would like to design a three tier architecture.. I would like to create a normality models of isolated user sessions that include front end(HTTP), middle(WEBSERVER) and back end database(SQL) network transaction. To achieve this, we have to employ a ligth weight virtualization technique to assign each user's web session to a container. Containers are instance of a web server. we have to use the container ID to accurately associate the web request with the subsequent DB queries. This is my general idea. can any one help me in doing this!?! I ll be most thankful..
William P O'Sullivan
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JBoss is a container.

It can handle 1000s of concurrent requests.

Why do you want to isolate each user into his/her own one?

I presume you will be using mod_jk from the HTTP server front end?

Each user will get their own session and you can use that id for isolation levels, or pass the user data with the request.

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rpriya rajkumar
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Thank you so much for your valuable reply sir.. Because of the isolation property of container based web server architecture, an attacker can stay only within a web server cotainer. He cannot hijack other user session. Sir, can you please tell me what are all the attacks that takes place in dynamic website. I mean attacks like SQL injection, cross site scripting, like that... Other than these, Is there any other attacks??Can you please explain me those attacks??
 
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