Now verify the presence of a new table named WL_SERVLET_SESSIONS:
As last step, you will need to add to your weblogic.xml the specific Data Source information:
Modify the existing <session-descriptor> element as follows:
Note: In order to work, you need to target the jdbc/OracleDS data source to the cluster:
Choosing between JDBC Session replication and In-Memory replication
When using JDBC Session replication it’s not necessary to define a primary-secondary memory storage for your sessions because all members of the cluster have full access to the session data. This comes however at a price, that is, slower applications if your JDBC based Session replication stores large sets of data in the Session.