(this is sorta off topic -- I suggest asking this question at Java Ranch)


I think the answer to your question always depends on what it is you're trying to accomplish.

I also think there is some cross-cultural confusion, as you can certainly create a shared-nothing Java webapp.

yong

On Jun 26, 2007, at 7:08 AM, Nathan Nobbe wrote:

all,

im curious about application variables under the j2ee web application paradigm. are these used frequently in the context of application servers, like resin, or are they regarded as taboo? also, has anyone heard of the shared nothing architecture? how does that pertain, if at all, to the j2ee paradigm? i was discussing application variables w/ some members of php-general and from the sound of it; they are taboo in the php world.
can any quercus users shed some light on this conundrum?

thanks,

-nathan
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