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From psalazar <pedro-b-sala...@ptinovacao.pt>
Subject global declaration of Resource/ResourceParams
Date Wed, 16 Oct 2002 15:57:36 GMT
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Greetings,

I wonder if is not possible to declare a <Resource>/<ResourceParams> in a
global context to avoid the definition in my web application context,
since I'm using the Catalina's Deploy/Undeploy tasks and when I redeploy a
web application it removes the <ResourceParams> element inside, and I must
define it again!

I try to put it in a <defaultContext> element but after a restart of my 
tomcat (JWSDP context), it spawns through all the other applications, 
annoying my server.xml definition.

BTW, what is the purpose of <GlobalNamingResources> since its existence
(or not), the definition of my resources elements inside are not seen
inside my web application!?

thanks,
Pedro Salazar.

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pedro salazar (pt-inovacao) <pedro-b-salazar@ptinovacao.pt>

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