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From slande...@excilys.com
Subject Re: Jackrabbit clustering Questions
Date Wed, 19 Nov 2008 20:55:35 GMT
Jackrabbit is able to resolve System properties in the repository.xml with
the ${} syntax.

You probably have a System property for the server name, which must be
unique in a cluster (on Weblogic, this property is "weblogic.Name", so you
would use ${weblogic.Name} into the cluster node id).



Le Mer 19 novembre 2008 20:06, seemamani a écrit :

> Thanks Stephane. I used version 1.3 because Drools BRMS 4.0.7 comes with
> it. I will look at the upgrade options. Could you please help me with my
> 4th
> question, this is only a conceptual one.
>> 4. According to the clustering documentation, the cluster id needs to
>> be unique on a node. In my case, I have 2 server instances running on
>> each WAS node which is a physical machine. That means the 2 server
>> instances will share the same repository.xml, and the cluster id would be
>> the same for them. How to handle this?
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