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From "Adi Katz" <...@easa.aeat.com>
Subject RE: changing tomcat configuration on the fly
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2003 18:13:47 GMT
Hello Tim,

I have only one app and users should be able to register a database with the
app.
so:
1) I dont know in advance what kind of data base it will be
2) data supplied by the end user regarding the database / url etc. should be
written to the right files ( server.xml ).
3) In order for tomcat to update according to the changes made... the all
thing need to restart and I cant relay on somebodey going to the server and
stop-start tomcat.

Would like to hear any ideas /examples.

Adi

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Shaw [mailto:tim@everserve.co.uk]
Sent: 04 June 2003 18:48
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: changing tomcat configuration on the fly


I wonder whether you actually want this approach at all.

Depending on why you want to modify JNDI entries, and whether this is
for the entire server or just a specific web-app ...

If I need to change my JNDI entries (generally values and additions
during development), I modify the context.xml file for the app (in the
META-INF directory) and redeploy the app. This seems to automagically
modify the server.xml file for me, and I can keep the changes in my web
app CVS.

Perhaps your needs are more complex ...

G'luck

tim

Tim Funk wrote:
> There is no way to change web.xml on the fly. Except by -
> - putting a new web.xml in its place
> - stop the app
> - start the app
>
> As for changes to server.xml. This can be done via JMX. See the code to
> the admin app on how make changes.
>
> -Tim
>
> Adi Katz wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am interested in changing the server.xml and web.xml files through
>> servlets and then reload them.
>> So for example I can add JNDI entries in server.xml without the nedd to
>> stop/start tomcat again.
>> Something very similar is done in the admin app ( shipped with tomcat ).
>> Does anybody have a code example or some tips on how to do it ??
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Adi
>>
>
>
>
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