How does Blueworx Voice Response allocate Java / VXML applications from multiple application nodes?



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Question


How does Blueworx Voice Response allocate Java / VXML applications from multiple application nodes?


Answer


When there are multiple application nodes running the same Java / VXML applications, Blueworx Voice Response will use the round-robin method to allocate the application instance to handle incoming calls.


The initial order is determined by the start sequence of the application nodes which is asynchronous. Therefore, it is not necessarily the order defined in the default.cff. There is no "load balancing" performed to share the load between application nodes.


 




Document information


More support for:
Software
Application Infrastructure
Speech
Blueworx Voice Response for AIX
Blueworx Voice Response

Software version:
4.2, 6.1

Operating system(s):
AIX

Software edition:
VRBE_XML

Reference #:
1381699

Modified date:
2009-11-12