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From Ben Souther <bsout...@fwdco.com>
Subject Re: JNDI Resources in web.xml
Date Wed, 27 Oct 2004 23:40:53 GMT
>Also, the docs caution that I should respect element ordering in the
> web.xml file, but they don't tell me what the ordering should be.
> Where is this ordering documented?
SRV.13.4 of the Servlet Spec lists the order.
The Tocmat documentation, generally, doesn't repeat what can 
be found in the Servlet and JSP specs.
http://www.jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr154/

Sorry I could answer more of your questions.








On Wed, 2004-10-27 at 19:10, Allen Holub wrote:
> Dear List,
> 
> During early development (Tomcat 5.0.28 under RedHat EL3),
> I've found that META-INF/context.xml is
> virtually unusable, primarily because it's so hard to deploy. By the
> same token, putting the file in conf/Catalina/localhost/myApp.xml is
> equally difficult because an ant-based redeploy overwrites it with a
> default version. I'm loath to put stuff in server.xml, and in any
> event, the only thing I'm doing with context.xml is defining
> a JDNI resource for the database connection pool and a couple of
> environment strings.
> 
> I understand from the documentation, that I can define these in
> web.xml, and though I've gotten <env-entry> to work just fine (as
> a replacement for the <Environment...> element in context.xml), I
> can't find documentation for how to replace a
> <Resource...> element in context.xml with an equivalent
> <resource-ref> element in web.xml.
> 
> Is this possible or am I misguided? If it is possible, can anyone
> point me at a description of how to do it that's more complete
> than the one in the "GlobalNamingResources Component" section of the
> "Server Configuration Reference?"
> 
> Also, the docs caution that I should respect element ordering in the
> web.xml file, but they don't tell me what the ordering should be.
> Where is this ordering documented?
> 
> Alternatively, I'm not adverse to replacing the bundled JNDI
> implementation with a stand-alone JNDI server. If anyone's done that,
> I'd appreciate any pointers you could give me about how to both
> install and access a replacement JNDI implementation.
> 
> Thanks much.
> 
> 
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