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Wicket in Action - clustering

 
Tomasz Prus
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I didn't try clustering yet but i'm going to learn this and use in my company. Does "Wicket in Action" learn how to implement this in Wicket. I read that Wicket supports clustering with Terracotta out of the box. Do i need learn more in this topic or it's enough if i read this book?

What problems can be resolved by Wicket clusterring? When this is useful? What aspects does it deal with?
 
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Originally posted by Tomasz Prus:
I didn't try clustering yet but i'm going to learn this and use in my company. Does "Wicket in Action" learn how to implement this in Wicket. I read that Wicket supports clustering with Terracotta out of the box. Do i need learn more in this topic or it's enough if i read this book?

What problems can be resolved by Wicket clusterring? When this is useful? What aspects does it deal with?


Unfortunately, it's one of the topics we had to ditch due to time and space constraints, so it's not in the book.

Terracotta has built in support for Wicket. Regular servlet container session replication works (Thoof.com uses that for instance) but might be sub-optimal. And you can find a clustering initiative in wicket-stuff (which I used for test situations).

By the time you get to play with Wicket in a cluster, check out the mailing list and ask for help if you get stuck.
 
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