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JVM query in WAS

Gaurav Jain
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Are there 2 seperate jvm's in WAS..to explain further if i am deploying my ear file in WAS then will the call to ejb be local or remote? Are their seperate web and ejb container and do they run on seperate jvm's?
Paul Sturrock
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No. Unless you are talking about a WebSphere cluster.
[ March 07, 2005: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]

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Gaurav Jain
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What happens in the case of a WAS cluster?
Paul Sturrock
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Cluster == multiple server instance, and there for multiple JVMs. Still though deployed on one server, classes in an EAR and a WAR will run in the same JVM.
 
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