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kesava chaitanya
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Joined: Aug 15, 2001
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what are the changes should i make at code level when i implemented clustering?
Ben Souther
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Clustering isn't done at the code level.
It's more of a server configuration.

One thing to watch for, however..
If you plan on using session replication, make sure all objects that get bound to session, directly or indirectly, implement Serializable.


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