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WSadmin set sessionManagement (cookiePath) for WebModule doesn't work.

 
Geert Pante
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Hi All,

I tried to configure session management for a Web Module as described in the InfoCenter.

Basically, all I need to do is set the cookiePath. So I do this:

This is saved correctly in ../deployment.xml:

However, after synchronizing and restarting the application server, the cookiepath is not used. If I open the sessionManagement in the web console, and save it without changes, the following gets saved:

And now the settings get applied correctly.

I saw there is a warning that you also need to set the tuningParams via wsadmin to get the sessionManagement to work, but that doesn't help:

The tuningParams got saved this time, but the cookiePath still didn't get applied :-(

Does anybody know what the required parameters are to set in wsadmin to get the sessionManagement to work?
Greets, Geert.
 
YouHeng Hu
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Hi Geert,

I had the same issue using jython scripts to deploy applications. By comparing the deployment.xml generated from WAS admin console and the one generated from jython script, I found out the config id of the sessionMgr must be added to targetMappings to make the cookie path working.

You may find the sample code in <http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v8r0/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.websphere.nd.doc%2Finfo%2Fae%2Fae%2Ftxml_webmodules.html> useful.

HTH

Youheng


 
Geert Pante
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Hi,

I did read the sample code in the infocenter, but indeed I missed the part about the targetMappings.
Didn't notice it in the XML either.

So it should be :


I'll try that when I have the opportunity to work with WebSphere again.

Thanks, Geert.
 
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