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Hosting singleton object as jmx service in distributed environment?

 
scott miles
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I have three webapps app1, app2 and app3 using tomcat. app1 and app2 are web apps. app3 simply host singleton class which will be accessed by app1 and app2.

I am planning to use to `JNDI` lookup the singleton instance from app1 and app2. but i am not getting how to bind the singleton instance
with initial context on app3 and make it available to lookup from app1 and app2. Do i need to host the singleton instance as jmx service
first and then lookup? Sorry folks i am new to jndi and jmx service.But this is summary i get from lot of sites and blogs on net.
Just wanted to know how to host the singleton object as jmx service on app3?

This was asked at http://stackoverflow.com/posts/12662277/ but no answers . Any pointers will be helpful.
 
Pat Farrell
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Wow. Are you a glutton for punishment, using RMI and Singletons?

My suggestion is to stop using RMI and stop using Singletons. See Why singletons are evil
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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