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Storing object in Memory

Vilpesh Mistry
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Joined: May 27, 2003
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Hi,

Can an object be kept live in the memory of the application server until the application server (Jboss and WAS) is restarted.

As a solution to this i can only think of JNDI(RMI registry) to be of use to achieve my requirement.

Please provide comments.

thanks
Vilpesh


Thanks.
 
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