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How to find the total number of sessions in my web application?

 
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How to find the total number of sessions (total number of current users) in my web application?

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Most Servlet containers will provide monitoring applications. You can just look at the information those supply.
 
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I am hosting my web application in a Glassfish server. How can I view total number of sessions in a Glassfish?

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Use HttpSessionListener for count total number of sessions in your web application...

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Namitha karupaiya wrote:view total number of sessions in a Glassfish

 
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