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Handling Session count and Application overloaded

 
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Hi All,

Can some one explain me the concepts (or provide me a link) of session count and session overload(max no. of users exceeded) handling in servlets ?.

I want to know which is the best/optimized approach for implementing this.

I m using JSF 1.1 and Weblogic Application Server.

Any suggestions/solutions provided would be of great help to me.

Thanks in advance to all.
 
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Hi,
you can create an application context object and track the number of session and accordingly can restrict the access to the web site.
 
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Thanks a lot Miku and Hebert for your reply !!!

I will go through that link and will get back to you, in case any help needed.
 
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>you can create an application context object and track the number of session and accordingly can restrict the access to the web site.

In a single server (not clustered) environment.

cheers.
 
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Hi,
yes I was talking about a single server.
 
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Thanks all for your valuable reply.

Finally i achieved this. :-)
 
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