The Simple Session Manager and JDBC Session Manager that were deprecated
in the version 6.0 release of Sun Java System Web Server are not supported
in the 6.1 release.
the default session manager
a provided session manager that uses a persistent data store
a provided session manager that allows backward compatibility with any custom
session managers you may have created using Sun Java System Web Server 6.0.
MMapSessionManager (UNIX Only), a provided persistent memory map
(mmap) file based session manager that works in both single
process and multi-process mode
The following API functions of the Sun
Java System Web Server 6.1 session manager API are not implemented in Sun
Java System Web Server 6.1:
logins: Form-based login for single sign on is not supported. The following
are therefore deprecated:
The update method. The update method
which followed a call to the HttpRequest methods, inputstream, in version 6.0 of the Web server is now deprecated.
manager monitoring mechanism: Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 does not provide
support for monitoring session manager statistics. The following are therefore
SimpleSessionManager and JdbcSessionManager.
Web Server 6.0 provided deprecated support to the SimpleSessionManager and JdbcSessionManager options, and implemented the same functionality
through iWSSessionManager and JdbcStore,
respectively. The SimpleSessionManager and JdbcSessionManager options are not supported in Sun Java System Web Server 6.1.
For more information about Session Managers, see the Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 SP10 Programmer’s Guide to Web Applications.