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E1: AIS: ORCH: AIS Stateless Load Balancing With BASIC AUTH Leaves Sessions Behind in TR (Doc ID 2786382.1)

Last updated on JUNE 23, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Stateless Load Balancing creates zombie sessions on AIS and JAS when not using PS token.

When using clustered AIS instances and starting an orchestration via Rest, using Basic Authentication, a session is created on all cluster AIS members and their respective JAS servers.
However, when the orchestration completes, only the session on the initial cluster member is closed on the AIS and JAS.The other sessions remain open, with no way of terminating them. When the session limit is reach, further AIS are not accepted, effectively stopping interface operation through orchestrator.

The issue is limited to orchestrations called stateless (without a token, e.g. Basic Auth).
Calls using a token, removes the sessions once the token is logged out. Data- and Form Requests issued directly against the AIS using Basic Auth do not leave open AIS/JAS sessions behind.




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