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You can if you are using LDAP or something similar at the remote. You can't if you're just going to use a Registry. The rule is enforced by the Registry itself, not by the API.
Is there any document or tutorial explaining this ?.
I am trying to implement a chat application with 3-4 dedicated application servers. I am thinking about two setups
1) Run a dedicated registry server and register all the application instance in this server
2) Run registry server on each local machines and export these details to a centralized server(using another application like LDAP) so that clients can lookup names in this dedicated server
From your reply it seems like, first one is possible What about second design ?
Is there any document or tutorial explaining this ?.See the JNDI tutorial.
2) Run registry serverWhat do you mean by 'registry server'?
on each local machineWhat do you mean by 'on each local machine'? on each client machine? server machine?
and export these details to a centralized server(using another application like LDAP)Export how?
so that clients can lookup names in this dedicated serverSo what's the point of the registry server in the local machine then?
What about second design?I don't see the point of it.