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My only question is, how to verify the load balancing (Round robin) algorithm. There is no problem with either the cluster configuration (including the failover). I am not sure wheather the load balancing algorithm is working or not.
I would Appriciate, who can give a solution for the verification.
 
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Why dont you have stateless EJB deployedin all instance of servers and put print statements in EJB. Try to invoke methods on the EJB in a loop and you see the print statements outputted from different servers.
 
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Hi,
u may also use weblogic support APIs to keep track using a method like this:

than u may pring the name of the server who got the requisition.
regards.
 
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