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From "Raghuveer Vellanki" <raghuve...@infotechsw.com>
Subject RE: form-bean and persistent data in session scope
Date Tue, 08 Mar 2005 14:20:30 GMT
Jeff Beal,

At some places we have removed the data from session by calling RESET()
method of form bean in Action file.
But at certain situations we could not use reset for persistence in more
then 2 JSP pages.

As, we are new for development of our web applications in struts,
we could not resolve the issues.

>With a limited user
>base, you can probably throw enough RAM into your server to avoid
>serious problems, though.


Moreover many web applications are running at present on customer IBM
websphere.
we doesn't have control over customer server configrations.


Raghu

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Beal [mailto:jbbeal@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 7:43 PM
To: Struts Users Mailing List; raghuveerv@infotechsw.com
Subject: Re: form-bean and persistent data in session scope


As far as I know, Struts never explicitly removes form beans from
session scope.  This does create the potential for performance issues,
simply because those form beans take up memory.  With a limited user
base, you can probably throw enough RAM into your server to avoid
serious problems, though.


On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 15:27:17 +0530, Raghuveer Vellanki
<raghuveerv@infotechsw.com> wrote:
> Dear Erik,
> In My struts application ,i used 50 form beans in session scope.
> My application will be accessed by 200 users daily.
>
> Does it leads to performance issue ,if using form beans in session.
>
> Can you clarify me when does the form bean object would be removed in
> session scope after it's use.
>
> RaghuVeer
>

--
Jeff Beal
Webmedx, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA USA


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