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The system of Claim 1, wherein the memory manager is independent of an external database. Annotations(0) Submitted by: Mel BeckmanLast updated: over 5 years ago
Title Encapsulating Session State Management
ColdFusion developers rely on session state management and the SESSION scope extensively. But as applications grow in complexity, so do the number of SESSION variables, and the risk of overwriting or misusing them. It need not be that way; with a little work (and ColdFusion Components), SESSION use can be clean, simple, and highly organized.
Title Java Servlet Programming
Describes associating information on servers with browser sessions. See Chapter 7, "Session Tracking", in particular.
Title Java Servlet Programming, 2nd Edition
Describes associating information on servers with browser sessions. See Chapter 7, "Session Tracking", in particular. This may be easier to find than the first edition.
Title WebSphere Application Servers: Standard and Advanced Editions
This describes IBM's WebSphere Application Server products in 1999. These products implemented the Java servelet standard, which is described in some of the other prior art cited here.
Annotations(1) #74WebSphere Application Server - Express V6 Developers Guide and Development Examples Applies to Claims 1,10,11,12,14,18,2,20,3,4,6 Submitted by: Walter DietrichLast updated: over 5 years ago
Title WebSphere Application Server - Express V6 Developers Guide and Development Examples
A more recent product that implements the Java servelet standard that is described in other prior art. This product can store session information in memory or in a database.