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Launchclient and WebSphere cluster

 
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I have a WebSphere 6.1 cluster with an application deployed across the cluster. Lets say this cluster has two nodes, A and B. If I run a standalone client via launchclient ( the client is also deployed across the cluster ) on node A, giving node As host and bootstrap port as parameters, will this client just call EJBs deployed in A, or will WebSphere distribute these calls automatically, so that it calls EJBs on node A and node B? If it does automatically distribute, is there a way of turning this behaviour off?
[ April 03, 2007: Message edited by: Steve Wink ]
 
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