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Hello all. I am running into a problem on a service that I am working on. I have a web service that delivers content to end-users' sites. There is a control panel that allows the users to select what content they want delivered. The problem I am having is actually twofold:

If I run the service in application scope, I get good performance, but if the user makes any changes to the content, they don't appear until the application is restarted.

If I run the service in either the session or request scope, I get really poor performance and after just a few requests, the service dies, returning an OutOfMemoryException.

Below is my deploy.wsdd file showing how I have this set up. Let me know if anyone has any hints on how to handle either of these issues. Thanks in advance.

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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