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I have deployed a stateless service (stateless = true) to another server and see that the sessions count from the consumer of this service is getting increased on the target server.
Can anyone suggest what could be the reason ?
Ideally the sessions for this server should not be existing after the service run, as per stateless property.
is this service the top-level service? if not, u probably you need to set the stateless for top-level service, that is the first service that you externally invoke, to true. this might help
This is the top level and single service without any dependencies, I wonder why stateless is not working out here.. I thought stateless is not getting migrated during the deployment to another server, so I explicitly set it to true; still the same issue.. Any other thoughts? Any server.cnf properties to be set at environment level ?
Set stateless for consumer or provider too
This is not a web service, just a HTTPS invocation..