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From Saminda Abeyruwan <>
Subject Re: [Axis2]Session Context
Date Mon, 16 Jan 2006 10:32:28 GMT
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Rajith Attapattu wrote:
>  Hi Guys,,
>  I really need some help to figure out the following, and answers are
> greatly appreciated. These questions are based on discussions I had with
> Sanjiva regarding clustering.  I will also start a different thread to
> discuss these points to get more input. Some of the questions will be very
> trivial, so pardon my ignorance.
>  I really need the info for a prototype I am trying to implement. I can do
> it the hard way by going through all the code or take the easy route by
> simply picking your brain. I hope u guys want mind that.
>  1) If a service is deployed as Session Scope what is involved in terms of
> maintaining the session?
>  Some pointers to the code and a general description is great.
>  2)Is this working currently in Axis2 or yet to be developed? Any examples
> or doc on this will be great.
>  3)What is the purpose of SessionContext ?? I assume it plays a major role
> in session scope, but to what extent??  Do u have the design or requirements
> that led to the existence of SessionContext.
>     If can I understand the original thinking behind it then I can have a
> better idea in terms of what should be distributable within the session
> context.
> 4) Exactly what will be stored within the SessionContext ??
>     Currentlly are we storing non-serializable information within the
> context that are ciritcal for a session?
> 5)I assume the following relationship.  ServiceContext holds several
> SessionContexts (multiple clients accessing the service with a session of
> their own). And SessionContext holds several Operational Contexts and in
> turn several MsgContexts.
> Is this assumption correct?
> Sorry for the long list, your help is really appreciated.
> Regards,
> Rajith Attapattu.

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