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From Juergen Weber <>
Subject Re: Customizing deployment descriptor values at deployment time?
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2008 22:41:03 GMT

You might vote for
"console should allow to overwrite ejb env-entry and context-param elements"

cgreco16 wrote:
> I'm writing a web application and I need to allow the
> deployer/administrator to customize values in the deployment descriptor. 
> I'm trying to use <env-entry> elements in the deployment descriptor to do
> this.  The JavaEE 5 spec says on page 71 "If the Application Component
> Provider provides a value for an environment entry using the
> env-entry-value element, the value can be changed later by the Application
> Assembler or Deployer."  However, I don't see how to change these values
> when deploying an app with Geronimo.  Geronimo appears to have modified my
> web.xml file, removing the env-entry elements, and used them to create a
> serialized config object that I can't change.
> The geronimo-web.xml schema does not appear to have anything for this
> purpose either.
> Any help is appreciated.
> cgreco16

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