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Hi,
I have a question on session persistence . When i make the session persistence as database in Websphere , then do I have to create tables explicilty in DB2. If yes, then where can i get the table structures from ?
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steve
 
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No, you don't. The Sessions table is automatically created for you.
Do a search in the InfoCenter for "Configuring Database Session Persistence" and the article you need will pop to the top.
Kyle
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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