Originally posted by veena madhukar:
Thanks. Even i felt the answer could be either C or D. infact my choice wass D rather than C.
Yes, many application servers provide SFSB replication of state to allow for failover of requests to provide a higher level of availability. SFSB replication is just that: a replication mechanism to resist failures of instances on a single machine. SFSB replication is not designed to resist cluster-wide failures nor is it designed to cache data across an entire cluster.
Originally posted by Sanjay Jadhav:
WizLab giving this "C", but Sun will say "C & D"