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Bhupesh Kokate

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Recent posts by Bhupesh Kokate

Hi, reactivated my account after many many years. Want to get into javascripts. I understand things have changed a lot. Any suggestions where to start Angular?

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Bhupesh
Each application server instance has its own J2EE configuration, J2EE resources, application deployment areas, and server configuration settings. Changes to one application server instance have no effect on other application server instances. You can have many application server instances within one administrative domain. Within a domain, all the server instances have the same Administration Server.
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Bhupesh
16 years ago
I dont think there is as such need to provide info to initial context because server itself provide it specially websphere I have experienced. Only thing I would say is try changing ur way of instantiating initial context to new InitialContext();
hope that helps
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Bhupesh
Anybody has idea how much memomy one connection object consumes in Websphere? I heard it takes 70MB per connection. Is thit true? I simply cannot believe this. Driver is DB2Connect.
16 years ago
having long stateful ejb timeout degrades performance? if yes How and how to decide the optimal timeout.

does this problem happen with other browser? (Netscape etc)


No... this doesnt happen with other browsers.

have you changed any of your IE6 settings from the defaults (are you patched to the lastest version)?


its latest version. I am using XP.

what's your appserver, and has anyone changed any configuration in regard to sessions, for example setting the max-age attribute etc?


no I havent done so ...

have you tried debugging the http request/responses to see what the actual cookie headers are being set to?


As i mentioned earlier ... i tried printing session id. Its same. I donot use cookies. I think if cookies or header was the case it should happen in case of IE5 or IE5.5.

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Bhupesh
[ September 18, 2003: Message edited by: Bhupesh Kokate ]
16 years ago

I just cross-checked with my application, and there is no problem with the session (with IE 6).


Blieve me...its happening with me ... I dont know why ...
Well... abt workaround...I was thinking about chking some parameteres passed from first JSP page and again check with the sessionID with previous sessionID ... I know its not realistic but ...
Bhupesh
16 years ago

I would say it's a good chance that it is messing with things.


Nope ... i Have tried without Siteminder.
And, also tried printing the sessioID for the session using session.getID() ... its same for both the browsers. How is it possible... ??? Two different brwoser(NOT ctrl + N) are getting same session id... I mean servlet engine is not giving new session to the request from new brower instance ONLY in case of IE6.
I can workaround the problem but, I was wondering if somebody already faced such problem wit IE6...
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Bhupesh
16 years ago

But the "File - New - Window" (or a CTRL+N) was retaining the session information in IE 5.0 & IE 5.5 versions also. Isn't it?


Yes... Thats true about 5.0 and 5.5 and 6.0 also ... but not in case of new instance in 5.0/5.5 but, in 6.0 new instance is also like crtl + N.
Bhupesh
16 years ago

But only when you select [file]-->[new]-->window


but i see same after taking new instance ... i am using Siteminder .. does it make difference ?
16 years ago
Hi,
has anybody faced problem with IE6 and Servlet session ? When i open another instance of browser(IE6)it consider me in the same servlet session of prev browser window. The same was not with IE5 or 5.5.
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Bhupesh
16 years ago
Thanks Jayadev,
Stuff you suggested was useful ... but alas!!!
"The timer service of the EJB container enables you to schedule timed notifications for all types of enterprise beans except for stateful session beans"
Bhupesh