7 Replies Latest reply on May 24, 2006 9:19 AM by Norman Richards

    Why does Gavin say the http session is an inherently unscala

    Simon Godden Newbie

      Gavin, in the TSS interview you gave, I think you heavily promoted the use of SFSB, saying that they were scalable, whereas the HTTP session is an "inherently unscalable construct".

      Please could you expand on that and explain in detail why one is scalable and the other is not, because I can't see it. They both conceptually do the same things wihch is to maintain state over mutiple requests. What is inherently different about the two paradigms?