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is it safe to put objects in HttpRequest(for a cluster environment)
Joined: Jun 30, 2006
Aug 08, 2006 20:02:00
In clustered environment, is it safe to put object in HttpRequest ? Should we always put them in
if it is a clustered environment ?
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Joined: Jan 10, 2002
Aug 08, 2006 20:59:00
What basis do you have for wondering why request scope might not be "safe"?
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Aug 09, 2006 04:31:00
Since a request only lasts the duration of a 'request', it shouldn't matter if you're in a clustered environment.
The machine that recieves the request will be the one making the response.
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