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ejb container session replication different from HTTP session replication

kesava chaitanya
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how ejb container session replication different from HTTP session replication in oracle application server10.1.2
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Kesava,
I think "ejb container session replication" refers to the session in a stateful session bean.


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kesava chaitanya
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
Kesava,
I think "ejb container session replication" refers to the session in a stateful session bean.


yes ur correct.Is there anything difference between them
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Kesava,
It's more of a design question. At the application level, you decide whether you want to store the session data in a stateful session bean (ejb layer) or HttpSession (web layer.) That tells you what to replicate.

For example, if you use stateless session beans and store the data in an HTTP session, you only need to replicate the HTTP session.
 
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