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Find Server Details on a clustered configuration - Weblogic 10

 
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Hello,

Say I have a application running on a clustered configuration as below.

WC1 - WC2
BLS1 - BLS2
BLS3 - BLS4

I need to know which path a particular request has taken through the instances. Is it possible? Any pointers would be helpful.
 
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What do those acronyms mean ?
 
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just server names....
 
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The path taken by the request depends on the load balancing algorithm. Ideally application logic should not be based on what algorithm is used
 
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