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Multiple JVM's in the same local machine

 
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Hi All

When can we say we hav multiple JVM's in the same box & how is the communication between them.

What I want to know what are the scenarios when we can have multiple JVM's in one box.

Say I have jdk1.4 installed . & then I install say Tomcat web server & also Weblogic App server.

Does that mean I will be having 3 JVM's for each


Kindly clarify

Bye
Mohit
 
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