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FAQ: Coherence*Web HTTP Session Management (Doc ID 2548699.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 27, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version and later
Oracle Coherence - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


FAQ: Coherence*Web HTTP Session Management

Coherence*Web allows storage of session data outside of the Java EE application server, freeing application server heap space and enabling server restarts without session data loss. It enables session sharing and management across different Web applications, domains and heterogeneous application servers. It can be used in advanced session models (that is, Monolithic, Traditional, and Split Session) that define how the session state is serialized or deserialized in the cluster.

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 1. How to enable logging for Coherence*Web?
 2. What are different Web Servers or Application Servers Supported By Coherence*Web?
 3. How to integrate the Coherence*Web with an Java EE application for the Web Containers?
 4. Where to find the default Coherence Cache configuration file of Coherence*Web?
 5. How to use a custom cache configuration file for Coherence*Web?
 6. Do we recommend using Coherence*Web Cache Server and Coherence*Web WebLogic Server run in the same JVM for production?
 7. Why WebLogic Server HTTP requests see timeout exceptions in the Coherence*Web environment?

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