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1001742 wrote:Is this a normal question in your part of the world? :s I find it a bit offensively toned to be honest.
Is that a common response in your part of the world?
In that case how do you prove that your applications is 100% JEE Compliant?You can't really, the best you can do is try to follow the specifications.
Is it even possible?Everything is possible, not everything is feasible and/or a good idea.
The thing is that we have pretty straight forward applications that mostly fetches some data from old legacy systems, stores them in session, makes a few calls and so on. No EJB or anything like that. We've made sure on the developer side that everything we store on session implements serializable and has a SERIAL_UID but other than that I just don't know what else to check or prove!The JEE specifications. That is quite a read. I would rather take the comment you got with a grain of salt and translate it like "I don't want this to be my problem, I'll just throw it back over the fence with a random argument".
You need to read up more about clustering. Lots of things can go wrong if code wasn't written with a clustered deployment in mind and the EE specs are filled with warnings about scenarios that will not work in clustered environments. Storing data in sessions actually makes clustering harder. Go through this page to understand what is required to make sessions work in a cluster http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v6r1/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.websphere.base.doc/info/aes/ae/tprs_sep1.html.