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  • Without session replication / sticky session?

    Hi all, is it possible to use SWF in load balanced web servers without session replication / sticky session?

    Thanks,
    Wilson

  • #2
    This is of particular interest - is there a way to cache the state in a hidden form field on convention, and have no session ID maintenance for conversation scope variables? Basically it's acceptible to cache the state on the client to avoid distributed session cacheing across the load balancer.

    Is there a convenient (or elegant) way to store the flow state in a post-back field, with the simple proviso of a hidden form field with the view-state postback lifecycle?

    Thanks,
    Ross

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    • #3
      Along these lines from the most recent last post about this:

      http://forum.springsource.org/showth...-Data&p=424377

      Basically serializing the flow execution (FlowExecution) with all the read-only get data before the final and only transaction of this particular kind of flow (checkout), simple navigable select-options-freely-and-checkout-once.

      Seems the javadoc is pretty clear on carrying this out, wondering if there is an extant implementation.

      (Google WebFlow FlowExecution.)

      Thanks!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by springforum_ross View Post
        Along these lines from the most recent last post about this:

        http://forum.springsource.org/showth...-Data&p=424377

        Basically serializing the flow execution (FlowExecution) with all the read-only get data before the final and only transaction of this particular kind of flow (checkout), simple navigable select-options-freely-and-checkout-once.

        Seems the javadoc is pretty clear on carrying this out, wondering if there is an extant implementation.

        (Google WebFlow FlowExecution.)

        Thanks!
        thanks infomation

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