The extended session ID format will be part of the URL if URL rewriting is activated, and the startup flag is set to true.You can specify an interval of time after which HTTP sessions expire.When a session expires, all data stored in the session is discarded.
The cookies that Web Logic Server uses to track sessions are set as transient by default and do not outlive the session.
When a user quits the browser, the cookies are lost and the session ends.
This behavior is in the spirit of session usage and it is recommended that you use sessions in this way.
You can configure session-tracking parameters of cookies in the Web Logic-specific deployment descriptor, .
For longer-lived client-side user data, you program your application to create and set its own cookies on the browser via the HTTP servlet API.