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Procedure for how to set max no. of clients while accessing the appl
 
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Most Application servers have a setting that allows you to specify the maximum number of HTTPSession objects given out at any one time. If your application uses sessions, this might be a way to limit the number of users. If the user can't get a session, you display an error telling him/her to wait and try logging in again later.
 
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Is this for a specific Application Server. Check down further in the list of forums and select the Application Server that you are using to ask this questions. Since I have no idea which server you are using, I can't quite choose which forum would be best for this question.

This question is for Servlets only. Thanks. Closing this thread.

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