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Is the JNDI shared in a cluster?

Penio Ivanov
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Joined: Oct 23, 2012
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Hi all,

I'm curious, if the JNDI Objects are shared in a clustered environment? For example, If a node adds object to the JNDI Tree, will it be visible for the rest of the nodes in the cluster?
I am working with GF 3.1 currently, and this is not the case there, but may be I make a mistake somewhere.
 
 
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