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Communication of servlets in different JVM's

 
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Hi everybody,

How the servlet running in one JVM can access servlet running in another JVM?
 
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By clustering and load balancing.
 
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Or web services.
 
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Praj Salavi wrote:Hi everybody,

How the servlet running in one JVM can access servlet running in another JVM?



Use HTTP Client and make HTTP Conection
 
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