Websphere not invalidating session
Regarding the timeout issue: Having a separate JVM for each application should indeed not cause any trouble related to the singleton Cookie Manager. If the browser is closed, all session cookies and the session storage should be cleared.Are you having the same issue, when you open the browser in "incognito mode"? If yes, try setting a breakpoint at to find the cause of the repeated timeout messages.Regards, Beat Websphere installation: Cluster for Application A 2 Servers for Application A, each with their own JVM Cluster for Application B 2 Servers for Application B, each with their own JVM Cluster for Application C 2 Servers for Application C, each with their own JVM Cluster for Application D 2 Servers for Application D, each with their own JVM What about the URLs for the four applications? Do the applications share the same URL and only have a different port or do the applications have an own context path (e.g. Regards, Paolo[2017-04-04 ,343] [Thread-151] ERROR org.eclipse.platform.internal. Platform Implementor start - reqid=27662479976445185 Error during platform startup org.eclipse.platform.exception.Platform Exception: Cannot start platform due to 1 invalid config properties: [time] at org.eclipse.platform.internal.Unfortunately, we don't have a lot of experience with Websphere WAS, but we did not hear about such an issue yet.
Authenticating a user, or otherwise establishing a new user session, without invalidating any existing session identifier, gives an attacker the opportunity to steal authenticated sessions.
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This leads to strange login/logout errors, depending on the web application deployment order.
Workaround: Deploy every Scout application within an own application server instance. Websphere offers the possibility to to have have different clusters on the same Websphere installation and each cluster can have several independent servers onto which you can deploy your applications. Deploying more than one WAR file into such a server, they both run in the same JVM, though.
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Because the Scout UI regularly polls for asynchronous events on the server (json?