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Pavan Kumar C V
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We all know that either of the webservers and application servers have single JVM,At the same time we all know that for every compiled java file one JVM is associated,When we deploy all these java applications(servlets) in server,Does it mean that A single JVM containing multiple JVMs,Is it possible or Is there any misconception in mine?Can anybody please explain..
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... At the same time we all know that for every compiled java file one JVM is associated ...[/QB]

Where did you hear that?
 
Pavan Kumar C V
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I have heard that every compiled java file will be associated with one JVM,for keeping the objects declared and parameters declared ..etc..
Is this wrong
 
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Rahul Bhattacharjee
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one jvm only.
 
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