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Java objects handling in cluster environment

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Hi All,

I have few clarification in java objects handling in cluster environment, please clarify my doubts.

Our application ( EAR) deployed in cluster environment ( two Jboss server), while i am the reloading objects dynamically current EAR is getting refresh and working fine.
Here i have requirement same dynamic changes also should reflect in 2nd EAR also, so end user while accessing the application always view same results.

If we restart the application server, automatically working fine in cluster environment. We like to know how two EAR get refresh while dynamic data modifications.

Kindly share your valuable suggestions.

RAM Chennai

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What do you mean by reloading objects dynamically? How are you communicating between those 2 .ear applications? Furthermore, what exact version of JBoss AS (or WildFly) is this?

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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