Which session persistence type is invalid?

Which session persistence type is invalid?

A.
Async_replicated

B.
async_jdbc

C.
replicated

D.
async_memory

E.
cookie

F.
file

G.
replicated_if_clustered

6 Comments on “Which session persistence type is invalid?

  1. nebz says:

    Answers : A/ B/ D/

    Source doc oracle :

    Sets the persistent store method to one of the following options:
    Memory —Disables persistent session storage.
    Replicated —Same as memory, but session data is replicated across the clustered servers.
    replicated_if_clustered — If the Web application is deployed on a clustered server, the in-effect persistent-store-type will be replicated. Otherwise, memory is the default.
    sync-replication-across-cluster —The replication will occur synchronously across the cluster.
    async-replication-across-cluster —The replication will occur asynchronously across the cluster.
    File —Uses file-based persistence (See also persistent-store-dir).
    Jdbc —Uses a database to store persistent sessions. (see also persistent-store-pool).
    Cookie —All session data is stored in a cookie in the user’s browser.

    1. Mr T says:

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  2. Syras says:

    Answer is A
    There is no persistence type called async_memory

    Sets the persistent store method to one of the following options:
    — memory—Disables persistent session storage.
    — replicated—Same as memory, but session data is replicated across the clustered servers.
    — replicated_if_clustered—If the Web application is deployed on a clustered server, the in-effect persistent-store-type will be replicated. Otherwise, memory is the default.
    — async-replicated—Enables asynchronous session replication in an application or Web application. See “Asynchronous HTTP Session Replication” in Performance and Tuning for Oracle WebLogic Server.
    — async-replicated-if-clustered—Enables asynchronous session replication in an application or Web application when deployed to a cluster environment. If deployed to a single server environment, then the session persistence/replication defaults to in-memory. This allows testing on a single server without deployment errors.
    — file—Uses file-based persistence (See also session-descriptor).
    — async-jdbc—Enables asynchronous JDBC persistence for HTTP sessions in an application or Web application. See Configuring Session Persistence.
    — jdbc—Uses a database to store persistent sessions. (see also session-descriptor).
    — cookie—All session data is stored in a cookie in the user’s browser


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