NCache for Java Web Sessions
NCache provides support for Java Web sessions. It basically provides an option for users to store their Java sessions inside their application without any problem in a load-balanced web farm.
Before getting started with NCache in Java, take the following prerequisites under consideration:
- JDK 17 is installed.
- The Environment Variable for Java is set.
NCache Demonstration Using Sample Application
You can view the sample application of Java Web Sessions with NCache along with all other features on GitHub.
Step 1: Download Sample from GitHub
To get started with Java Web Sessions, download the sample application from the GitHub link given above and go to the sample desired.
Step 2: Launch the Project
Launch the Java Web Sessions sample application in a Jave IDE of your choice. For example, IntelliJ 2019 or above.
Step 3: Configure Settings
Once you have launched the application, locate and open the web.xml file. Change the name of the cache to the cache which you have created.
Step 4: Build and Run Sample
Once the application settings have been configured, build and run the application in any web server like Tomcat.