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Multiple call managers and clusters sharing one application server

Hi

I need to program my application such that it can be shared by multiple call managers and clusters. That is, I can only have one application server, and as a result I need to tell my application from which call manager / cluster this "request" is coming from.

My question is how do we do that? do we have access to some parameters / variables, similar to "#DEVICENAME#", which can be used to pass the call manager identity to the application?

TIA

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Re: Multiple call managers and clusters sharing one application

Use multiple instances of your application with different URIs (assuming the instances will not have to talk to each other), then, when configuring the service on each cluster, simply reference the specific URI of the application instance for that cluster. eg: Using Tomcat to host the PhoneMessenger application for Cluster1 and Cluster2, Deploy the same application twice: PhoneMessengerForCluster1 and PhoneMessengerForCluster2. The service URL on Cluster1 might be: http://app_server/PhoneMessengerForCluster1/servlet/PhoneMessenger , and for Cluster2 it could be http://app_server/PhoneMessengerForCluster2/servlet/PhoneMessenger

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