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Chandra Bairi
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Joined: Sep 12, 2003
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Dear friends,
I have 3 webservers running on three different machines. Now the client is accessing the webpages on either of these three machines. I have the same url for all the 3 applications running on the machines. But the machine number will be different. Now can I send a cookie from the webserver in such a way that the cookie can look up on three different webservers in such a way that if one webserver hosting the application cannot serve the resource then the client should look for the resource on the webserver. I guess this is possible with the domain name. But is it possible any other way. Any comments or help.
Thanks in advance.

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