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Developing WebSpeed Applications
Controlling WebSpeed Transactions

Controlling WebSpeed Transactions

A WebSpeed transaction maintains a context between a single Web browser and a single WebSpeed agent. This chapter describes how you create and control Web objects within WebSpeed transactions,
* Defining state
* Understanding state-persistent transaction control
* Primary and secondary Web objects
* Implementing transaction control
* Transaction control and embedded SpeedScript objects
* Transaction control with CGI Wrapper Web objects
* Transaction control with HTML-mapping Web objects
* Handling state-aware time-outs
* Advantages of using SERVER-CONNECTION-ID
* Enabling connection identifiers
* Handling Binary Large Objects (BLOBs)