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Introduction To Session

What is a session?

  • The key to enter the repository
  • Created as soon as the user is authenticated
  • Maintains Connection with the repository
  • Gives access to objects in the repository for the authenticated user.
    • Create Object
    • Query Objects
    • Manipulate Objects
    • Accessed through Session Handles

How to get a session?

  • Sessions can be obtained by
    • IDfSession Interface
    • IDfSessionManager Interface (recommended)
  • Session obtained by IDfSession are Unmanaged sessions
  • Session obtained by IDfSessionManager are Managed sessions
  • Session manager is a factory for generating IDfSession Object
    • Get Session :IDfSessionManager.newSession
    • Release Session :IDfSessionManager.release()

Obtain Session: An Example

public static void demoSessionGetRelease
(String repository, String userName, String password) throws DfException
{
  IDfSession mySession = null;
  // Get a session manager with a single identity.
  DfClientX clientx = new DfClientX();
  IDfClient client = clientx.getLocalClient();
  mySessMgr = client.newSessionManager();
  IDfLoginInfo logininfo = clientx.getLoginInfo();
  loginInfo.setUser(userName);
  loginInfo.setPassword(password); 
  mySessMgr.setIdentity(repository, loginInfo);
  // Get a session using a factory method of session manager.
  IDfSession mySession = mySessMgr.getSession(repository);
  try
  {
  // Insert code that performs tasks in the repository.
  }
  finally
  {
  mySessMgr.release(mySession);
  }
}

 

Handling Sessions:An approach

  • Obtaining a DFC Client object.
  • Getting a new instance of Session Manager
  • Registering user access credentials for accessing the repository with the Session Manager.
  • Getting a DFC session to work with the repository.
  • Performing business functionality with the repository.
  • Releasing the session back to the Session Manager.
  • Destroying or abandoning the Session Manager.

 

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