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From T E Schmitz <mail...@numerixtechnology.de>
Subject Re: Specify hostname upon DB connect
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2004 07:56:46 GMT

Hello,
I tried to implement a reconfiguration of Torque at runtime following
the advice Guy Galil kindly provided below.

I just changed the URL but I didn't manage to get this change to take
effect:

Configuration config = Torque.getConfiguration();
config.setProperty(urlKey, newValue);
Torque.setConfiguration(config);

What do I need to do to get the new config property value to take effect
using Torque 3.1?

Regards,
Tarlika

PS: I mistakenly sent this reply to the dev list a couple of days ago, 
sorry about that)

Guy Galil wrote:

> We change database host as well as other properties at runtime.
> We are using an old version of Torque - 3.02
> In order to achieve this I had to modify org.apache.torque.Torque.java
> so that it is re-entrant and added a reConfig(Configuration c) method.
> Then in my code I created a utility class that can be used to change the
> configuration at runtime:
> 
> public static  void changeDbHost(String logicName, String host) throws
> TorqueException
> {
> 	Configuration config = Torque.getConfiguration();
> 	replaceProperty(config,URL.replaceAll("logic_name",logicName),"jdbc:mysql://"+host+"/TURBINE");
> 	Torque.reConfig(config);
> }
> 
> public static void replaceProperty(Configuration config, String key,
> String value)
> {
> 	if(config.containsKey(key))
> 		config.setProperty(key, value);
> 	else
> 		config.addProperty(key, value);	
> }
> This works well for me.
> I understand that Torque changed since the version I use and my
> modifications to Torque.java are either not needed or not compatible
> with the latest code, I am willing to send my Torque.java if you are
> interested.
> Guy
> 
> On Thu, 2004-08-05 at 11:07, T E Schmitz wrote:
> 
>>Hello,
>>
>>I would like to be able to specify the host (not just 
>>dbname/user/pasword) in a login dialog. I can't see how that could be 
>>done other than maybe via Torque.getConfiguration(), where I guess I'd 
>>find the URL.


-- 


Regards/Gruß,

Tarlika Elisabeth Schmitz





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