difference between the persistent store types

Posted on 2005-04-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-10
In weblogic.xml you can define your persistence mechanims for session persistence as follows


What is the difference between  replicated_if_clustered and replicated.  Why would you choose one over the other

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Question by:inzaghi
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    If the Web application is deployed on a clustered server, the in-effect PersistentStoreType will be replicated. Otherwise, memory is the default

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    replicated_if_clustered is similar to 'replicated', the difference comes from 'if' part of it. If the deployment in not on clustered server then it defaults 'memory'.

    memory - Disables persistent session storage.
    replicated - Same as memory, but session data is replicated across the clustered servers.


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