If we say web application is distributed,What is our context?Does it mean that only servlets,Jsps and HTML etc are distributed and NOT DD?Then if somme listener classes are distributed there will be some listeners uninvoked if they reside only on one JVM.Right?
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Joined: Jun 20, 2005
not, distributed apps. means replicated apps. on different servers on different locations( that includes the exact directory replica on each server including web.xml). Here we have foreign context.
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Joined: Sep 01, 2005
If web application is distributed , one request now sets attributes in ServletContext in one JVM and then if another request comes and goes to another JVM,then that attribute set to first ServletContext will not be available in ServletContext of another JVM..........??When it must be available!