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I wrote a sip servlet. And i want to learn active sessions (active calls) in my Servlet. I found HashMap solution for it. When call start i put the session in to my HashMap and when it's over i remove them. But i want to know if there is another way to learn active sessions in my Sipservlet. I asked it because my sip servlet may run in different clusters, and may needed to meet High Availability requirements.
Thank you for your cooperation.I searched for SessionActivationListener but i couldn't find any results.Did you mean "SipApplicationSessionListener" by saying SessionActivationListener ? Unfortunately, SipApplicationSessionListener doesn't have any methods for giving active sip sessions or any other sessions. SipApplicationSessionListener's methods are : sessionExpired sessionCreated sessionDestroyed sessionReadyToInvalidate
I am using a Eclipse plug-in Ericsson IMS Application Development Tool (SDS). It gives support for SIP JSR 116 compliant target servers. I'm running my sip servlet application in open source GlassFish/SailFin server.
How HttpSessionListener be a solution for my problem ? It's got only sessionCreated and sessionDestroyed methods. I think they're for notification for session created and ended.I need a active sip session list. I want sip active calls in my pocket without using hash map.
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