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Content Created by one Tomcat not accessible/visible by other Tomcats in a clustered

 
Balasubramanian Krishnaswamy
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Hello friends,
I am working in a Content Management Project.

OS - Unix;
TOMCAT 5.0;
Java 1.4;
Jackrabbit 1.3.1 (Clustering Supported) - We are using this version.
Jackrabbit 1.0 (Didn't have clustering)

We have implemented load balancing in TOMCAT (say A, B and C).

But the content created by TOMCAT-A is not visible for TOMCAT-B and TOMCAT-C even though content folder is shared between the TOMCATS.

Please tell me what should I do to solve this problem.

Thanks & Regards,
Bala
 
Ben Souther
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You'd have to tell us a little more about what you mean by "Content created by ...".
 
Balasubramanian Krishnaswamy
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We have different types of contents like "Surveys, Promotion, Trainings etc" which we can create from our application Backend interface.
The content can be viewed from the Frontend interface.
This process is done by using Java Content Repository (JackRabbit 1.3.1 supports clustering).

Suppose I create a Content called "Check Box" Survey using the Tomcat-A, the same content is not available for the Tomcat-B.

Please tell me if you need further information.

Thanks & Regards,
Bala
 
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Balasubramanian Krishnaswamy,

Please do not cross-post your questions.
Doing so causes confusion and duplication of effort, which will ultimately annoy people enough not to want to answer any of your questions in the future.

Since your other post is in a more appropriate forum, I'll ask that this one be closed.
 
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