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In the WebSphere environment, the application servers must cope with a variety of work requests. In normal operations, the servers handle the beans, servlets, and other the types of application workloads efficiently and without incident. What happens, however, when processing does not go as planned? That is, when applications have bugs, network connections hang, needed resources are slow or unresponsive, and bad things just happen? Fortunately, the architecture of WebSphere Application Server on z/OS is designed to help to deal with these situations. To start with the basics, remember that each application server consists of a controller region and one or more servant regions in which the inbound application requests are dispatched.
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