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Usually the cookie header jsessionid is enough for that.
If you think of using users (like in basic authentication) the application requests it because of constraint on a page the next request with user information must go to that node otherwise it won't work.
you can use mod_rewrite and mod_proxy to route requests depending on a value of header but not mod_jk or mod_cluster.
Thanks Jean, we will have the session replicated in all nodes (JBoss AS) so we won´t use sticky session.
I will look at mod_rewrite and mod_proxy.