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Distributed Environment

Amit Ghag
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Joined: May 11, 2002
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How do servlets behave in a distributed environment ? As far as i understand, there is one default JVM which will handle the requests for the servlets in a web application. If it is unable to service the request, only then the request is forwarded to another JVM. Correct me if i m wrong.


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