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Is it possible to find the number of active Http sessions programmatically for WAS 3.5.3. Does JMX have any provision for this?
 
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there was no JMX with WAS 3.5.x it comes with WAS 5
there were some WebSphere API's which let you probe in the JVM..thought this might give you some direction....
 
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Nilesh,
You can also do this in a non-app server specific way by implementing your own session listener. Search the JSP and servlet forums for details.
 
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