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From Jeanfrancois Arcand <>
Subject Re: include for server.xml
Date Sun, 02 Feb 2003 21:17:13 GMT
There is no such concept associated with server.xml.But there is in XML 
:-) You can define an ENTITY element at the top of your server.xml file 
and reference it inside the body of the <server> element. Do something 
like this:

<!ENTITY coyoteConnector SYSTEM "http://your_configuration.xml">

and then inside the <server> element:

<server .....>

-- Jeanfrancois

Ward Vandewege wrote:

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>I have a tomcat/apache setup with several virtual hosts. The information for
>the virtual hosts lives in a database. In the apache config file, I can just
>use the 'Include' directive to include my automatically generated
>configuration file (with all the virtual host definitions) in the httpd.conf.
>I've been looking all over the archives of this list, the jakarta site, and
>google, but have not been able to locate an equivalent for use in the
>server.xml file. Is there one?
>Bye for now,
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