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HelpBroker session scope concerns

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Anonymous

Being that HelpBroker is not Serializable, using it in the session scope causes problems when trying to cluster a web application that provides help via JavaHelp. Specifically, HTTP in-memory replication is not possible. Has anyone devised a solution addressing this concern? I am also open to any alternative suggestions.

Thanks,
John

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Roger Brinkley

Owen, John wrote:

> Being that HelpBroker is not Serializable, using it in the session
> scope causes problems when trying to cluster a web application that
> provides help via JavaHelp. Specifically, HTTP in-memory replication
> is not possible. Has anyone devised a solution addressing this
> concern? I am also open to any alternative suggestions.

Use the ServletHelpBroker.

Binky

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