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From Sebastian Otaegui <fen...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: using build profiles for WAR plugin
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 20:56:23 GMT
I think a much better solution than relying on the build tool (maven
profiles or on war overlays) is to use environment variables and bundle all
the LookAndFeel.xml in your war

I would use spring 3.1 and use the environment profiles feature.

http://blog.springsource.com/2011/02/11/spring-framework-3-1-m1-released/

http://blog.wookets.com/2011/11/spring-31-environment-profile.html

Regards


On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 1:16 PM, offbyone <ryan@iridiumsuite.com> wrote:

> Ok, I hear you, profiles are evil.  BUT I still don't understand the
> alternative so let me give a specific and tangible example and maybe you
> can
> explain a specific alternative.
>
> I am currently deploying my product in a tomcat/linux environment as a war
> file.  My webapp is driven by a set of spring configuration files using the
> Spring context loader.  For example, one of those spring configuration
> files
> is called LookAndFeel.xml.  It sets attributes like colors of the user
> interface.  I love using this type of configuration driven design because
> it
> lets me swap out the entire look and feel just by changing a config file.
>
> There are many deployments of my application on different systems and each
> one has a different look and feel configuration file.  So, I was planning
> to
> have a different maven profile for each deployment and have the profile
> automatically push the correct LookAndFeel.xml into the war archive.
>
> So specifically how do I accomplish this this in maven without using
> profiles?
>
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