We are porting some applications from the fabled NetDynamics.
One rather large application looks like a port that will be performed step by step.
My question is:
How do I manage sessions when mixing technologies?
If I create my Session in the NetDynamics Application Server the WebSphere Application Server ain't gonna like it.
Anybody else come across this proble?
How to handle it?
Thanks in Advance
I agree but this is not a scalable solution. We need something else. We are also facing the same problem and we have explored the "saving of session in database" route.
It is a great overhead to the entire system.
But I think there is no other option also.
Any other ideas will be greatly appreciated.
If the references to a statefull beans are serialized, can´t you share the reference beetwen NetDynamics and others app. servers? If so, you could make a little EJB who maps a user with its reference to the statefull bean, so in both sides (NetDyn and WebSphere) you could access the same statefull bean.
It´s only a idea, I have not tried it.
We are now also trying to migrate from NetDynamics, to iPlanet, it´s a hard work.
Jose R. Díaz