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From Aaron Hackney <aa...@aaronhackney.com>
Subject Re: context battle?
Date Tue, 31 May 2005 19:31:29 GMT
I think I may have actually found the answer to my own question....does 
this look like the right path to go down?

http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-5.0-doc/jndi-resources-howto.html

?

Thanks
-Aaron

Aaron Hackney wrote:

> Thanks for the response Patrick. I'm probably going about this all wrong.
>
> Simply put, I'm just trying to make a datasource available to my 
> application. Sounds sinple enough. I have found a lot of conflicting 
> information out there on the implementation.
>
> I develop with JBuilder (good, bad or indifferent!) But 
> anyhow....where does one properly make a datasource for a tomcat 
> application available? I'm using Tomcat 5.0 (I could use 5.5 if I had 
> to).
>
> Thanks in advance. I'm a bit blind and stubling around here and really 
> tried to research it on my own this weekend but to no avail.
>
> -Aaron
>
> Patrick Thomas wrote:
>
>>> and if a context with the same name is defined in a webapp WEB-INF/xml
>>> file which would "win" such a fight? I have a feeling my context 
>>> defined
>>> in /localhost is being overwritten by the app. (I'm fighting with
>>> JBuilder 2005 trying to get some JNDI naming stuff to work for my
>>> datasources)
>>>
>>> Ideas? Or am I waaaaay off?
>>>   
>>
>>
>> I'm gonna go with "possibly way off" because you shouldn't be putting
>> the context name into web.xml (context.xml is okay, though not
>> required, but web.xml no... in fact, I don't think it'll even
>> acknowledge it there). Did you mean to say "META-INF/context.xml"? If
>> so, then we've got a meatier discussion; let us know.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Patrick
>>
>> On 5/31/05, Aaron Hackney <aaron@aaronhackney.com> wrote:
>>  
>>
>>> Hello. I'm hoping someone can help me with a context question.
>>>
>>> If I define a context in an xml file in 
>>> /tomcathome/conf/catalina/localhost
>>>
>>> and if a context with the same name is defined in a webapp WEB-INF/xml
>>> file which would "win" such a fight? I have a feeling my context 
>>> defined
>>> in /localhost is being overwritten by the app. (I'm fighting with
>>> JBuilder 2005 trying to get some JNDI naming stuff to work for my
>>> datasources)
>>>
>>> Ideas? Or am I waaaaay off?
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance.
>>> -Aaron
>>>
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>>> http://www.aaronhackney.com
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>

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