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From Pieter Vandepitte <>
Subject RE: tomcat 4.1 + default session manager
Date Fri, 03 Dec 2004 14:27:02 GMT
sorry, that was not what i meant, my fault. What i mean is: can i 
change the default session manager in a general way. I don't want to 
create a .xml file for each webapp and include a <Manager> 
element(just read: i can't, because the application using the tomcat 
doesn't allow me to do that) 
Kind regards 
Quoting "Shapira, Yoav" <>: 
> Hi, 
> >as i conclude from the tomcat documentation, a default session 
> manager 
> >is used when you do not specify one in your Context. 
> >What i wanna do is changing the default session manager (with jdbc 
> >based store). Is there a way to do this (Tomcat 4.1)? 
> Yup.  Just declare the session manager you want, with its store, 
> inside 
> the Context or Host element you want in server.xml.  It'll supersede 
> the 
> default values. 
> Yoav Shapira 
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