E1:AIS Why are There So Many Open User Sessions When Using ADF, AIS And HTML?
Last updated on JUNE 20, 2018
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Setting up the production infrastructure and seeing a number of connections and just trying to understand what is triggering the connections.
The Production Web Servers are as follows:
Web1 - Four HTML instances and one AIS instance
Web2 - Four HTML instances and one AIS instance
Web3 - ADF, Orchestrator, AIS and HTML instance
Have a load balance configuration that sends connections to the first three HTML instance on Web1 and Web2
All HTML instances on Web1 have configuration pointers to use AIS on Web1
AIS on Web1 has a configuration pointer to use the fourth HTML instance on Web1
All HTML instances on Web2 have configuration pointers to use AIS on Web2
AIS on Web2 has a configuration pointer to use the fourth HTML instance on Web2
All HTML instances have a configuration pointer to use ADF on Web3
ADF on Web3 has configuration pointers to use ADFAIS on Web3
ADFAIS on Web3 has configuration pointers to use ADFHTML on Web3
...for this example will skip the load balancer and go directly to HTML1 on WEB1.
1) When logging on as a test user without opening any applications and using server manager to track the activity, see a session on HTML1 (web1) but also an ADFAIS connection on WEB3 and ADFHTML session on Web3.
2) When opening the E1 Task Search on HTML1 (Web1) session, now see an AIS connection on Web1 as well as a HTML session on HTML4 (Web1) and ADFAIS and ADFHTML connection on Web3.
Understand that logging into HTML1 will call AIS on Web1 and AIS on Web1 points to HTML4 on web1. Also understand that any traffic going to ADFAIS on Web3 will call on ADFHTML on Web3. What is not understood is why the connection to HTML1 on Web1 is also opening a connection to the ADFAIS instance on Web3 to begin with.
Is it because the Simplified UX Framework Host configured on HTML1 points to Web3?
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