Spring Session provides an API and implementations for managing a user’s session information, while also making it trivial to support clustered sessions without being tied to an application container specific solution. It also provides transparent integration with:
HttpSession- allows replacing the
HttpSessionin an application container (i.e. Tomcat) neutral way, with support for providing session IDs in headers to work with RESTful APIs.
WebSocket- provides the ability to keep the
HttpSessionalive when receiving WebSocket messages
WebSession- allows replacing the Spring WebFlux’s
WebSessionin an application container neutral way.
Spring Session consists of the following modules:
Spring Session Core - provides core Spring Session functionalities and APIs
Spring Session Data Redis - provides
ReactiveSessionRepositoryimplementation backed by Redis and configuration support
Spring Session JDBC - provides
SessionRepositoryimplementation backed by a relational database and configuration support
Spring Session Hazelcast - provides
SessionRepositoryimplementation backed by Hazelcast and configuration support
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Spring Session Project Site
You can find the documentation, issue management, support, samples, and guides for using Spring Session at http://projects.spring.io/spring-session/
Spring Session is Open Source software released under the Apache 2.0 license.