Thanks for the link; that is definitely going to be a big help for the redis bridge.But I'm still unclear as to the "right" way to use/define my own SessionConfig implementation. In the link you sent, they instantiate the RedisManager with the existing SessionConfig object, and use whatever undertow passes in the parameters.As I mentioned in my earlier post, I suspect I can hack around it using the SessionConfigWrapper but that does not seem to respect the spirit or intent of the wrapper, so I'm trying to figure out if there is another/better way to do this.Or is the only solution to completely ignore the SessionConfig object and build my solution independent of it? But then it will not respect the contract of the SessionManager to retrieve the Sessionid from the SC objectThanks,EricOn Mar 29, 2017 8:00 AM, "Antoine Girard" <email@example.com> wrote:Hi Eric,Unfortunately I cannot share that code as it's company property.As far as I can remember, it was really easy. I used the java redis library: Jedis.Oh, and look what I found:https://github.com/coat/undert
ow-redis-session/blob/master/ src/main/java/com/pedanticprog rammer/undertow/RedisSessionMa nager.javaThat's a good starting point, if not the complete solution right there.Cheers,AntoineOn Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 1:48 PM, Eric B <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Antoine,That's exactly where I am heading too. Is there any chance you still have our can share the code you used to do that?Thanks,EricOn Mar 29, 2017 7:24 AM, "Antoine Girard" <email@example.com> wrote:I did a similar thing once: persisting sessions into a Redis data storeMy starting point was the InMemorySessionManager.Good luck to you!Cheers,AntoineOn Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 1:09 PM, Eric B <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:From my understanding, I was thinking/planning to create my own SessionManager to handle the Session loading. And from the docs, it indicates that the SessionManager must delegate retrieving the sessionId to the SessionConfig objectAm I heading down the wrong path? Is there an easier/another way to load/persist the session?ThanksEricOn Mar 29, 2017 7:01 AM, "Bill O'Neil" <bill@dartalleycom> wrote:If you want such a custom solution why not just use a cookie and ignore all of the SessionConfig code. You can write a handler that checks for the cookie and attaches your own custom session object to the exchange based on the cookie.On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 9:41 PM, Eric B <email@example.com> wrote:Stuart,
My goal is to actually replace the JSESSIONID cookie/mechanism with my own mechanism. I am looking to use a JsonWebToken (JWT) to pass my JSESSIONID to the application for a few different reasons:1) I would like to sign the JSESSIONID2) I would like to pass additional data along with the JSESSIONID (ex: some auth claims)3) I want to be able to share this information between different containers4) I want to pass a TTL with my tokenAt some level, I am trying to hack together an SSO solution temporarily which would allow me to log into one container, and have some credentials pass to another container. My issue is that both containers are session based, and hence, need to be able to retrieve a session from a sessionId. However, I also want to make sure that sessions don't expire - that is if I am working in container 2, that my session in container 1 continues to live (if the user gets redirected back to container 1).So, in essence, I am looking to be able to extract my SessionId from a mechanism other than the standard JSESSIONID cookie, but yet, still continue to use the sessions seamlessly.I figure I could potentially hack around the design using the SessionConfigWrapper in which I use the wrap() method to return my own SessionConfig object, but that does not seem to fit in the spirit or design of the wrapper.Is there another/better way to accomplish something like this? Or is undertow designed with only the JSESSIONID cookie in mind? I did notice theSessionConfig.SessionCookieSo
urce enum with value OTHER, but cannot seem to see/figure out where that is used, or how to leverage that setting. I looked through the ServletContextImpl class but only see the SessionTrackingMode of COOKIE, SSL and URL available.Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated.Thanks,
EricOn Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 7:57 PM, Stuart Douglas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Why do you need a custom SessionConfig? In general Servlet will use
its own SessionConfig that matches the configuration of the deployed
application (generally just using a JSESSIONID cookie, unless it has
On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 2:19 PM, Eric B <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've been trying to figure out how to build my own custom SessionManager to
> push my sessions into Redis with a custom SessionConfig implementation, but
> am having trouble finding any documentation to that extent.
> For the SesisonManager, I've read that I need to:
> Develop SessionManager which implements
> Develop SessionManagerFactory which implements
> Develop startup extension which implements
ension, and in handleDeployment(Deployment)
> method change sessionManagerFactory with new SessionManagerFactory.
> Register new ServletExtension by adding
ow.servlet.ServletExtension file (file should
> contain the name of new ServletExtension. for example
> But I can't seem to find anything that indicates how to provide my own
> SessionConfig implementation. How do I register a custom SessionConfig
> implementation? Is there any documentation to that extent?
> Are there any examples that can show me how to create my own SessionManager
> and SessionConfig object?
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