0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 22, 2004 10:27 PM by ravilla

    cross cluster communication

    ravilla Newbie

      We are in a process of migrating from non-clustered environment to clustered environment. We have multiple applications (services, SLSB) deployed in a cluster environment and they have dependencies on each other.

      Earlier in a non clustered environment we can point out to the service running on a different container by configuring the jndi port, so that developer don’t need to run all the services locally and he can point out to the service running on a different container.

      With the clustered environment is it possible to call the service running on a different cluster?. It works by configuring the same multi cast address on the cluster instances, but it needs to be on a same subnet. But our developer environment and Integration environment are in a different subnet. Even if you go through local jndi port on different container it still looks for the service on the clustered instance?.

      For example :
      cluster1(subnet1-developer)................cluster2(subnet2-integration)
      A,B(SLSB).............................................. C,D (SLSB)

      Can A call C, if so how?.
      My test shows lookup from A to C through cluster2(HAJNDI port , JNDI Port) fails.

      Thanks in Advance,
      Ravilla