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distributed env!

ashok khetan
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Joined: Jul 29, 2001
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here are two phrases:
1) Context attributes are local to the VM in which they were created. This prevents ServletContext attributes from being a shared memory store in a distributed container.
2) You are developing a webapp which will be distibuted across JVMs.

Basically, i wanna know what is the difference between a 'distributed container' and 'application distributed across JVMs'??
R K Singh
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Joined: Oct 15, 2001
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resurrecting ..
I also want to know ...
Any Guru here ....

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