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Invoke a class from different context

Saravanan Vijayappan
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Hello

I have 2 servlet application running in my tomcat, let's say App1 and App2. I need to call CacheRefresh class in App1 from CachCallerClass from App2. How can i do this ?

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Bear Bibeault
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You don't. Either include the class in both web apps, or expose the functionality via web service.


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Vinod K Singh
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Alternatively you can expose that as a plain servlet as well and invoke that using URLConnection.


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Saravanan Vijayappan
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I have chosen to use URL connection. Thank you!
 
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