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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29727] - JNDI env-entry not reload when context reloaded
Date Fri, 22 Jul 2005 13:22:57 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ia_rud@ukr.net  2005-07-22 15:22 -------
As a developer I want to have possiblity to change environment entries without 
restarting, reloading ... My application should work 24/7 and I do not want to 
restart or reload application because of I need to change only one parameter.

Environment entries are very convinient to store init parameters. And I do not 
want to change parameters too often. But it would be nice if I could change 
something in application parameters without restart.

I can "change" environment entries in admin application. What is this feature 
for, if it do not do anything, just changes value in admin?

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