It seems your JSessionID are not sticky.
"user_application(build in browser) which sends an own SessionID(SessionID_A) to the "Apache Balancer", that would work if you generate the JSessionID correctly something like JSessionID="uuid_sessionid.route_to_a_tomcat"
For example to go to Tomcat1 with JVMRoute="node1" the JSessionID could be "1234567890.node1"
Maybe I was not clear enough. My SessionID_A is an own created ID that has nothing to do with Apache or Tomcat it is used in some other context.
The inside Loadbalancing between Tomact and Apache is working. My problem is that I lose my own SessionID_A from the URL after communicating to Tomcat
It seems you are doing session injection...
true in the <Connector/>
Hi and thanky for your response again.
emptySessionPath didn't help. But I have an other idea I want to route(balance) all Apache-mod_jk with mySessionID_A which is generated by my outside Application. Do you know if mod_cluster or mod_jk is capable of this? I just dont want to care about the JSessionID anymore.