Session management server, Session transitions and state

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Anthony Ferguson and Christopher Hockings

Date archived: December 13, 2016 | First published: June 25, 2007

The session management server (SMS) is a new component of Tivoli® Access Manager for e-business (TAMeb), version 6.0. The SMS provides a broad range of capabilities that change the way Tivoli Access Manager Web security servers (WebSEAL or Web server plug-ins) handle Web-based browser sessions. This paper is to educate you about a session's lifecycle within the SMS by using real-life use cases. You will gain an understanding of what communication takes place between the different products in relation to SMS. This knowledge will give you the confidence to troubleshoot an environment that contains SMS, if problem determination is required.

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