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Tomcat Event Problem
Joined: Mar 25, 2008
Apr 15, 2008 05:51:00
I have done
clustering using Apache.and in my web application i have an HttpListener Class in which i am updating database for user log out when session timeout.
when one of tomcat instance in clustering is down then it's session value is replicated to others and user do work properly.
Now My problem is when i shut down one of cluster instance then it call the Listener Class and updates the Database and marks the user as logout....
I do not want to call the listener class OR how can i know that tomcat is shut down e.g. any event that i can get so that i will not update database.
Please give your valuable ideas.....
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