I have modified the configuration as follows

frontend fe_WebLogic
        bind *:8854
        mode http
        option  httplog
        option http_proxy
        option forwardfor header X-Real-IP
        default_backend be_Weblogic

backend be_Weblogic
        mode http
        option httpchk OPTIONS /
        cookie SERVERID insert indirect nocache
        stick on cookie(SERVERID)
        balance roundrobin
        server aps0n1_BTSN weight 1 check cookie s1 port 
7779 inter 20s
        server aps0n2_BTSN weight 1 check cookie s2 port 
7779 inter 20s

I tried the following, however I am still having the same issue

I don't think configuring the Weblogic server to send a cookie in the HTTP 
Response header and using res.cook would make a difference, because as we are 
using Java Web Start as the client (no web browser), it ignores any cookies 
sent to it, so the next request it will make will be without the cookie in the 

I will look at the documentation regarding LUA.

Any other ideas on how I can handle this? One thought I had as we have Nginx 
install as a frontend for SSL termination, I could send the SSL Session ID in 
the header and using this to "stick" each session to a particular backend.

Kind Regards,

N Mihelioudakis

E: n.mi...@outlook.com

From: Aleksandar Lazic <al-hapr...@none.at>
Sent: 18 August 2019 20:14
To: Nik Mihelioudakis <n.mi...@outlook.com>; haproxy@formilux.org 
Subject: Re: urlp jsessionid stick table

Am 18.08.19 um 19:01 schrieb Nik Mihelioudakis:
> I upgraded, however I am still getting the same results.

Have you also changed the setup as mentioned in the last mail?

> HA-Proxy version 2.0.5 2019/08/16 - https://haproxy.org/


> **
> Kind Regards,
> *
> **Nik Mihelioudakis*
> E: n.mi...@outlook.com

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