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RMI Clustering in Tomcat using Spring.

amol dhingra
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Joined: Sep 16, 2007
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Hi,
We have a big web-application and now we are splitting it into two separate applications (say war1 & war2) which will be run on two different servers.
for fail-over we're planning to have two instances of war2 (Say inst1 & inst2).
for communication between war1 & war2 we have zeroed upon RMI.
now the problem is how to cluster it in Tomcat using Spring so that two aspects:
1.) Load balancing
2.) fail over mechanism
could be ensured?

Thanks in Advance,
Amol

 
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