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Automatically splicing applications for HTTP session management in WebSphere Application Server

You can configure the WebSphere Application Server application to persist sessions to a data grid. This data grid can be in an embedded container server that runs within WebSphere Application Server, or it can be in a remote data grid.

Before you begin

Before you change the configuration in WebSphere Application Server, have:



You configured HTTP session manager to persist the sessions to a data grid. Entries are removed from the data grid when the sessions time out. See Session management settings for more information about updating the session timeout value in the WebSphere Application Server administrative console.

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Configure the HTTP session manager with WAS