A clustered invocation is intended to be a thin wrapper around an actual invocation enhancing this latter with an association to a local SessionManager. For instance, an HTTPRequest is an actual invocation.
A clustered invocation is interposed between a client and the Session he wants to access to provide cluster wide access serialization to the requested Session. A clustered invocation is associated to a local SessionManager, even if no contract captures such a relationship. When a clustered invocation is executed one of the two following scenarios happen:
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public String getRequestedSessionId()
public void invoke() throws ClusteredInvocationException