Dividing Applications into different OC4Js
Posted on 2005-05-10
My colleague at another site is currently configuring his mid-Tier so that each application is installed in different OC4J. Considering we have four different levels of environments (dev/test/integration/production), this means four OC4Js per application.
His justification is that they can "stop" the application any time he wants by stopping the OC4J.
Is this correct and if so why? If not why and what is the correct way?
Does anyone have any experience of when it would have been better to have multiple OC4Js?