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Using AAM with CM 5.2

Using AAM with CM 5.2

Using AAM with CM 5.2

Hi guys. I just heard that this can be done. Not sure that is the way that it should be, but may have to be what I do. Management not liking the $950,000 total upgrade price so I may have to settle for this.

Any problems that I should be aware of? I'm still looking to see if this can be done using my old SES server or if Session manager has to be used also.

Thanks for looking this over..


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RE: Using AAM with CM 5.2

It works fine. And you can just go direct no need for SES or SM.

If you have more than one App server you will need a patch ion the CM to allow more than one signal group to point to multiple App servers

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