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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33266] - Context defined datasources require driver classes placed in common classloader
Date Mon, 21 Mar 2005 10:31:41 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From drzewo@post.pl  2005-03-21 11:31 -------
(In reply to comment #5)
> This is a container service. 
??? It is. So what? 

> Please do not reopen the report. If you disagree,
> it's easy to implement and use your own factory to do what you want.
I won't reopen (though I'm tempted to, as this comment will be left unanswered)
and I disagree.
Why wouldn't you like everyone to benefit from the change?
Is there any performance impact related with this? Any enormous effort on
coding? Any fundamental change in the architecture? Any violation of servlet
specs? I don't think so.

My proposal is the natural continuation of the works made on context.xml files 
placed in WAR'S META-INF subdir. It is possible to define a DataSource and
referring DataSourceRealm in such a file, but they all render *useless* without
apropriate JDBC driver. Please reconsider your rejection. And be more
descriptive in your comments if you want people be less persistent in their whining.



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