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Distributable problem

Li Xin
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Hi!
Can someone explain what is the meaning of <distrbutable> tag in web.xml? If the tag is not present, does it mean my web application cannot run in a cluster?
William Brogden
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Glancing at the servlet spec, the implications of "distributable" appear to be pretty complicated. You should download the spec from Sun's web site for the complete story.
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