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From Arnaud Vandyck <av...@ressource-toi.org>
Subject Different DataSources for different <Host>'s
Date Fri, 09 Dec 2005 14:51:27 GMT
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Hi all,

I have strange behaviour with DataSources and Realms.

I define a global datasource jdbc/A, a global Realm (R-A) that looks at
users with datasource jdbc/A

The host H-A is configured and trusted webapps look for passwords in
R-A. I also can make a jdbc connection with datasource jdbc/A.

Now I configure datasource jdbc/B as a global datasource. I configure a
realm in H-B (Host B), because if I define it in a global way, it does
not work for me. If I try a trusted webapp on H-B, it looks for the
users in jdbc/B. Great!

Now, the problem: I can't lookup jdbc/B!

Does anyone already has the problem?

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Arnaud <http://www.ressource-toi.org>
Java Trap: http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/java-trap.html
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