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Tomcat and Database Sessions

 
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Hi All,

Our application set up is as follows : Tomcat 5.5 + Java 1.5 + Spring 2 + Hibernate 3.3 + Atomikos + Oracle 10G. Our application session timeout is set to 30 minutes in web.xml. With some heavy processing, we find that there are a lot of INACTIVE sessions in the Database. These might be due to the user closing the window or the web session timing out, etc - it is not clear.

How do I set to close my database sessions when the web sessions close ? Is there a way to clear the database sessions if the web sessions are active ?

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Midhun
 
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Are you using Session replication with a shared database ?

take a look at this link
tomcat clustering - how to

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