How to store http sessions in database for WebLogic Cluster

In this example we are going use Postgres database for session replication. It can be downloaded from here Once installed, you need to execute the following query to create the table to store session   create table wl_servlet_sessions ( wl_id TEXT NOT NULL, wl_context_path TEXT NOT NULL, wl_is_new CHAR(1), wl_create_time

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Clustering in WebSphere Application Server

Clustering is a very critical aspect of any middleware enterprise application. It provides capabilities of high availability by providing fail over and load balancing mechanism. This post is a sample demonstration of configuring a cluster in WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment 7.0. Prerequisites: Deployment Manager Profile created using profile management

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HttpClusterServlet Configuration (Weblogic Server Acting as a Proxy)

To make a weblogic server act as a webserver, HttpClusterServlet is used. Below are the steps to create it: –    Create 3 managed servers and add 2 managed servers to a cluster, let the third managed server be a standalone server – Create 3 managed servers and add 2 managed

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