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Session Configuration in JBoss

Session Configuration in JBoss

Configure <session-timeout> in the <session-config> element

The value (in minutes) indicates how long the servlet container will maintain an idle session (in memory or on disk) before timing out

Value ⇐ 0 indicates that sessions never expire – unless destroyed explicitly (through users logouts)

Significant impact on server memory usage and end users dissatisfaction with time outs

<session-config>

<session-timeout>30</session-timeout>

</session-config>

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Serving Static Content

Tomcat serves static content via its DefaultServlet (configured in Tomcat’s web.xml file)

Any file under an application’s structure (but outside WEB-INF and META-INF directories) is considered static content

Application deploy/ROOT.war/ is considered special – it has no context path

Serves all content not served by any other application

Returns a HTTP 404 response if the requested static content does not exist

ROOT.war also provides support for http://localhost:8080/status servlet (see its WEB-INF/web.xml)

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