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From "Peter Brandt-Erichsen" <...@adsl.intergate.ca>
Subject Re: creation of application wide objects
Date Thu, 21 Dec 2000 00:45:38 GMT
My apologies for the confusion and also for 
misquoting David and you. 

So, it is possible to specify a set of servlets 
to load on startup. That's awesome.

How do I point Tomcat to auto load servlets on
start up, that are defined in my custom contexts?  
Does Tomcat scan through each defined context's
web.xml and just start loading all the servlets that are
defined?

Also, if I had three sevlets to auto load would I specify

<load-on-startup>
3
</load-on-startup>

Peter 


-----Original Message-----
From: craig mcclanahan <Craig.McClanahan@eng.sun.com>
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Date: Wednesday, December 20, 2000 4:31 PM
Subject: Re: creation of application wide objects


>Intergate wrote:
>> 
>> Alex,
>> 
>> Were you successful with this auto loading solution?
>> It is something that I have been searching for...
>> 
>> I seem to remember a message a while back from someone
>> on the list that indicated that the
>> 
>> >>          <load-on-startup>
>> >>               1
>> >>           </load-on-startup>
>> 
>> wasn't implemented as of Tomcat 3.2.1 and would not
>> be available until 4.0.
>> 
>
>That is not correct -- this capability works in Tomcat 3.2.1.  The
>confusion is probably due to the issue pointed out in my next response.
>
>> Also, David wrote this morning that Tomcat 3.2.1 does
>> not read the web.xml file and that it shouldn't even be
>> included in the distribution anymore??
>
>Tomcat 3.2.1 does not read the web.xml file in $TOMCAT_HOME/conf.  It
>*definitely* reads the web.xml file in your application's WEB-INF
>directory -- that is where you should be doing your customizations.
>
>> 
>> P.
>
>Craig McClanahan
>



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