Tomcat - Redeploy war without losing sessions.

How can I redeploy a war with out losing sessions?

My session are generalizable. Before using a war, I could turn the server off, update my app, and turn it back on with out losing them.
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Dushyant SharmaCommented:
you need to move session to some persistant storage like database.

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modsiwAuthor Commented:
Sathish David Kumar NArchitectCommented:
what server your using ??
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modsiwAuthor Commented:
Tomcat 5.5
It should be default behaviour. All of the objects attached to the sessions must be serializable.
modsiwAuthor Commented:
So, using default behavior:

stop server
replace war file
leave exploded directory as is
start server

The sessions should be there? They are serializable.
yes, they should be there.
modsiwAuthor Commented:

they aren't

Where does TC actually save the sessions?
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