JCache Session Persistence 1.0

This feature enables persistence of HTTP sessions using JCache. Persisting HTTP session data using JCache allows for high performance HTTP session persistence without the use of a relational database. Failover of HTTP sessions can be achieved by configuring multiple servers to persist data to the same location.

Enabling this feature

To enable the JCache Session Persistence 1.0 feature, add the following element declaration into your server.xml file, inside the featureManager element:

<feature>sessionCache-1.0</feature>

Feature configuration elements

Standard API packages provided by this feature

  • javax.cache

  • javax.cache.annotation

  • javax.cache.configuration

  • javax.cache.event

  • javax.cache.expiry

  • javax.cache.integration

  • javax.cache.management

  • javax.cache.processor

  • javax.cache.spi

Supported Java versions

  • JavaSE-1.8

  • JavaSE-11.0

  • JavaSE-15.0

Developing a feature that depends on this feature

If you are developing a feature that depends on this feature, include the following item in the Subsystem-Content header in your feature manifest file.

com.ibm.websphere.appserver.sessionCache-1.0; type="osgi.subsystem.feature"