Getting the size of the HTTP Session State in WebLogic

Peter Lorenzen
07/03-2013

I recently had to find the size of the data stored in the HTTP Session State. On MOS I found this note:
“Session Replication Fails Due To Non-Serializable Object: JSP Test Page [ID 1073386.1]“.
It contains a JSP test page that will show you if your session data is serializable or not. It will also calculate the size of the data. It’s very simple you just download the JSP file and deploy it with your application. Nice!

Here is an example of the output.

http-session-state01

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Lidinei Domeneghini July 19, 2013 at 02:46

Man, when can I find this jsp for download??

Regards…

Peter Lorenzen July 19, 2013 at 09:23

You can download it from My Oracle Support (MOS) – http://support.oracle.com .
Regards Peter

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