By alexismp on Mar 22, 2012
While we've mentioned the DCOM support in GlassFish 3.1.2 several times before, you'll probably find Byron's DCOM blog entry to be useful if you're using Windows as a deployment platform for your GlassFish cluster.
Byron discusses how DCOM is used to communicate with remote Windows nodes participating in a GlassFish cluster, what Java libraries were used to wrap around DCOM, what new
asadmin commands were addd (in particular
validate-dcom) as well as some tips to make this all work on your specific environment.
In addition to this blog post, you should considering reading the official product documentation :
• Considerations for Using DCOM for Centralized Administration
• Setting Up DCOM and Testing the DCOM Set Up