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Srinivas Aluri

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Can we use EJB Local interfaces when we are going to deploy in cluster? If local interfaces are used, how it will call the EJB on the other server if the current server is down?
We have an application where the client (web client) will call an SLSB, which in turn will call few more local SLSB's. Now we are going to migrate the application in weblogic cluster. Regarding that I want to know few inputs from the ranchers.

1. If the second SLSB is failed during method call, whether the cluster will route the request to the other managed server and proceed from the point where it got failed? Or if the server fails, the request will die and will not failover?
2. If the method processing in SLSB is failed, who will do the failover? The weblogic cluster will do it or the webserver (iPlanet in our case) will route the request to the other server?
I have a requirement that one application will post the data to the other application simply by calling the JSP page on the target application. That we have done using HTTPUrlConnection. But the problem is any user from the target application also able to call the JSP page. Our requiremnt is it has to be used by the client application. So, How do we restrict the access to that particular JSP from the users?
14 years ago
JSP
I have a requirement to invoke a JSP with some request parameters from a standalone java program. All I have is the URL with requestparameters.

How can I do this?
14 years ago
JSP
We have an existing application running on Weblogic 8.1. Currently we are planning to make it running in a cluster. I am sure that we have to take some precautions at code level for smooth migration of the existing application to a cluster. I have been given a task to prepare a prilimenary checklist which has to be satisfied and based on these checklist we will change the code and promote to cluster. We have used JSP, Servlets, Stateless Session Bean & Entity Beans.

Regarding that I am requesting ranchers to put their valuable points. Let me add my findings.

1. All the objects which are keeping in session must be serializable.

Please add more points.
14 years ago