Sharing session data

Websphere Session Sharing

In this section, we explore the following mechanisms for sharing session data in a heterogeneous environment Messaging publish subscribe Once again, when reading this section, it is important to keep in mind that while the solutions can be implemented, one has to consider whether it is desirable to do so, since the alternative is often to eliminate interoperability issues altogether by carrying out a migration from one technology stack to the other. In this scenario, illustrated in Figure 9-10,...

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Figure A-24 Domino Web Engine administration Figure A-24 Domino Web Engine administration Note For Domino 6, the setting Does this server use IIS is not used. Save the Domino Server Document with all the changes. 5. Make sure you have the HTTP Task running on the Domino Server. If not, add HTTP to the ServerTasks line of the Notes.ini file. This guarantees that every time the server starts, the HTTP Task is going to be loaded. ServerTasks Update,Repli To verify the configuration, do the...

Installing the Microsoft Iis Http plugin

The Microsoft IIS HTTP plugin can be installed as part of the WebSphere Application Server installation. The installation procedure for WebSphere Application Server is documented in the IBM Redbook IBM Application Server V5.0 System Management and Configuration, SG24-6195. To install the plugin, perform a custom install as described in the aforementioned redbook. When prompted for the features that you wish to install under the Web Server Plugins category, select the Microsoft IIS plugin, as...

Service consumer NET consumer

Wpf Adorner

Our .NET consumer will be implemented as a fat client .NET assembly created in C in a similar manner to that used in previous scenarios. This assembly will use the MQ Classes for .NET to create a properly formatted request message and put it to a queue. Code will also be provided to obtain the response from the queue. 1. Create a new .NET solution. To do this, open Microsoft Visual Studio.NET and create a New Project. Use the Windows Application template from the New Project dialog so that we...

Load balancing and failover

Load balancing and failover capabilities under .NET come from the underlying and supporting technologies upon which it is built. Server clustering has been around since the days of NT and has been enhanced to provide additional features. With clustering, a multi-server Web application can provide service despite hardware failures on individual services. Although clustering is very powerful, it is a non-trivial implementation which must be properly planned in advance. Shared disk storage is...

URL redirection solution

The URL redirection solution, as shown in Figure 9-13 on page 403, shows the steps involved in using redirection to propagate data from an IBM WebSphere Web application to a ASP.NET application running on IIS. The steps involved to produce this interaction are as follows 1. The thin client requests a static page from the IBM HTTP Server. The server returns the page to the client. 2. The user enters data into the form and submits it back to the IBM HTTP Server. The server examines the URL and...

Consuming a Web Service in the business logic tier

The code and procedure for consuming a Web Service in a middleware component is the same as seen in previous samples. Figure 7-9 shows this scenario with a Windows client and a Web client. Figure 7-9 Consuming Web Service in the business logic tier using a .NET client The Windows client uses methods of the business logic, where the business logic invokes Web Services. This hides the actual implementation of the Web Service from the client. This scenario can be used with COM applications which...