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From Gary Yang <yga...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: which classes to use to modify server.xml
Date Tue, 14 Mar 2000 21:22:23 GMT
costin@eng.sun.com wrote:

> >       Looked into the 3.1 beta RC1 version. saw the context admin interface.
> > NOW: When i add a context using this interface, it doesn't modify
> > "server.xml". Ideally, shouldn't it be adding a <context></context>
>
> Yes, but it does add the context to the running server without restart.
>
> About saving to server.xml - it is not implemented, and it should be
> independent of the admin interface.
> server.xml is not the only config system, and you want to have everything
> working if you use LDAP for configuration or any other native application
> format.
>

I am so suprised that web.xml uses elements to store all config arguments,
however,
server.xml uses attributes only.



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