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Two Web applications deployed under two different Servers

 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi ,

I have two Web applications deplooyed in two different web servers .

Now i am having a question here , i am contacting from one web application to another , Now please tell me , i guess that these two aplications have two different sessions created by each of their web server .

1.If two sessions were created , then what is the approipaite way of passing large data two and fro between these two applications .

Please suggest , thanks

Please correct me if i am wrong .



 
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Why not use a database where one Web app can store the data & other can retrieve?
Also you can think about Web services if you are trying to implement a scalable producer-consumer kind of paradigm.
 
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If you search for "web apps communication" or some such phrase through these forums you will find multiple previous discussion on this subject. Bottom line #1: There are many way for web apps to communicate. Bottom line #2: SearchFirst.
 
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Hi, You can use request.setAttribute("data", actual data object), i.e set the data in the request and the other app can then access it.

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Minakshi Sood wrote:Hi, You can use request.setAttribute("data", actual data object), i.e set the data in the request and the other app can then access it.

No, it can't. Not even close.
 
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