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From Cimballi <cimba...@cimballi.net>
Subject Re: [Configuration] Where to store the config ?
Date Wed, 21 Mar 2007 19:05:51 GMT
Hi,

Configuration files should be stored outside your archive, which means
outside the web application folders in order to be able to redeploy a
new version without overriding configuration files. So, you should put
your configuration files (the one which can change in the production
environment, not the one which never change) in a folder outside your
web application folders, and you add this folder to your classpath.

HTH,

Cimballi


On 3/21/07, DECAFFMEYER MATHIEU <MATHIEU.DECAFFMAYER@fortis.lu> wrote:
>
>
>
> Hi,
>
> I have a factory config in a java package "ress"
>
> <configuration>
>                 <xml fileName="ApplicationConfig.xml"/>
> </configuration>
>
> My Configuration file ApplicationConfig.xml is in the same package.
>
> The problem is that I allow a user to modify the configuration via a JSP
> form, and save it, but then when I recompile the application the user
> settings are lost !
>
> I can see the changes in the "WEB-INF/classes/ress" directory,
> but not in the JavaSources ...
>
> So when I recompile the project, I lose the newest configuration.
>
> How do I need to handle this ?
>
> Thank u.
> __________________________________
>
>    Matt
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