I have a question about how IBM HTTP Server performs session affinity using the default plugin-cfg.xml generated by WebSphere. If a request is generated with a jsessionid URL param (e.g. http://someurl.com/app?jsessionid=abc) and a JSESSIONID cookie, which takes precedence? The cookie or the URL param?
Thanks for the information. This article covers how WebSphere uses the JSESSIONID for session management, not how IBM HTTP Server (specifically the WebSphere plug-in for IHS) uses the JSESSIONID for server affinity (sticky sessions). I suspect that IHS prefers the cookie over the URL param the same way, but I haven't found any documentation that states this definitively.
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