[GLASSFISH-14620] Enable cluster support for hybrid apps Created: 11/Nov/10 Updated: 20/Oct/13
|Reporter:||Sanjeeb Sahoo||Assignee:||Sanjeeb Sahoo|
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We need to add entries in domain.xml for hybrid apps for hybrid apps to take
|Comment by ancoron [ 10/Sep/11 ]|
I'm really looking forward for the OSGi/Cluster support. However, I assumed that (at least) OSGi/EJB bundles deployed into a cluster should automatically benefit from the EJB-clustering.
I really should test that, but didn't manage to get some spare time in this area.
So exactly what does this issue mean?
|Comment by TangYong [ 06/Sep/12 ]|
I agree with Ancoron and firstly need to know what is the mean of deploying a osgi app into Cluster.
Wish sahoo can explain in details.
|Comment by TangYong [ 13/Oct/12 ]|
Sahoo, I forgot a point about the task, I want to ask the relation between the task and GLASSFISH-11700.
In addition, about osgi ejb-clustering self, on current osgi alliance ejb/osgi draft, it is not stated because the feature is not standardard and belongs to vendor behavior, (ejb3.x is not also stating the point), if needing to implement it, I think that we must consider current ejb container's implementing, then properly define osgi ejb clustering's behavior.
|Comment by zhsc [ 20/Oct/13 ]|
Any thoughts on feasibility / progress / likelihood of this functionality.
It seems the hold up is the behavior of these hybrid apps in a cluster environment is undefined in both osgi and javaee specs?
Is it possible today to deploy bundles to multiple managed servers in a domain (i.e. from autodeploy/bundles) at all? i.e. at least be managed together even if not fully "clustered"?