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In a Web-J2EE application deployed on WebSphere, I'm looking for a way to restrict the number of users.
For exemple, if I allow 10 users, I want the 11th who tries to login to be rejected. Is there any simple way to do that ?
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You can set max in-memory session count property to 10 in web container using admin console. Also inside your entry servlet where you are obtaining session for a successfully authenticatde user, you need to put a check (import this package in your code com.ibm.websphere.servlet.session) IBMSession sess = (IBMSession) request.getSession(); if(sess.isOverFlow()) throw new ServletException("Maximum number of sessions reached on the server");
Arvind,<br />IBM Certified WAS admin (Test 489, Test 340, Test341)
Joined: Nov 12, 2001
Thanks Arvind .
But how can it work on a clustered environment ?? Can I define the max-session for a whole cluster ?