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Author Topic: JPPF Node - Fallback driver  (Read 1349 times)

Tzbob

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JPPF Node - Fallback driver
« on: June 18, 2012, 10:43:21 AM »

Hello,

I currently embed JPPF in an OSGi environment. I run JPPFNodes directly by creating a JPPFRemoteNode() and executing it in its own thread and I do the same thing for JPPF Clients.

I want to define a fallback server for my system. With the JPPF Clients it's easy to configure a server pool with the fallback server as lowest priority.

How can I achieve this with JPPFRemoteNode? If I understand correctly it offers no way of defining connections pools nor does it have any connection hooks to manually configure a different server.

Would it be hard to create the same connection pool capabilities or a connection listener? It's quite an important feature for us.

Thanks!
Bob

EDIT: This might belong in the Troubleshooting forum, but it was essentially a configuration problem.

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lolo

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Re: JPPF Node - Fallback driver
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2012, 08:50:15 AM »

Hello Bob,

I'm very sorry for this late answer, we're very busy getting v3.1 out.
Did you take a look at our initialization hook sample? I believe it addresses your requirements very closely.

Sincerely,
-Laurent
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