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From Adam Hardy <>
Subject Re: Another Try at MySQL Connection Pooling
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2004 22:58:40 GMT
I think everyone's waiting to see you kick yourself when you discover 
what the problem is... ;)

No seriously, there are 2 things that I would try - (1) debug the 
context - I think it returns an enum of entries available from some 
method, and (2) go back to the most basic test servlet / jsp, 
context.xml & web.xml, and a clean install of tomcat and try it there.

Also check your <Host> settings in server.xml. Is deployXML="true"? I 
think it should be.

As far as a learning experience goes, I think giving it up as a bad 
thing now would only be a negative experience, whereas actually finding 
out what is wrong and fixing it, well as long as it doesn't take too long.

On 02/11/2004 11:34 PM Merrill Cornish wrote:
> Jay,
>   >>> once in my .WAR, and once as a result of my Ant deploy task
>   I have yet to move to that plane of confusion.  I'm not using a META-INF directory
or a .WAR file since I'm still trying to figure out WHAT to deploy.  I am manually editing
>   * the conf/server.xml file (to change the default ports, but nothing else), 
>   * the webapps/timesheet/* directory (to hold the application), 
>   * the webapps/WEB-INF/web.xml file (to name and map the various servlets, etc.), and
>   * conf/Cataline/localhost/timesheet.xml (to define the context).
> I think it's time I reverted to DriverManager and got on with other things.  While Tomcat
DataSources are proved to be a learning experience with a vengance, it hasn't been a very
positive one.  :-(
> Nevertheless, thanks for your help and support.
> Merrill
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