AWE allows developers to configure the application session in two ways: Using the default
HttpSession (Basic session)
deployed by the application server or using Spring Session instead.
AWE, by default, uses a basic application server
HttpSession object. So no action is required to configure this option. This option is useful when you deploy your application on a clustered environment and the balancer server uses the
JSESSIONID cookie generated by the application server.
Spring session allows the application to be deployed using a shared session server storage, such as REDIS, MONGO, HAZELCAST or
even JDBC connections. To activate the usage of spring session in your application simply add the following depencency
The configuration of spring session is defined on
session.properties. These properties are defined on properties configuration page.