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From David Smith <>
Subject Re: Tomcat doubts
Date Mon, 30 Jul 2007 17:39:22 GMT
ROOT.xml defines the ROOT context to tomcat for deployment.  ROOT is a 
special context referring to the default context accepting requests when 
no other webapp handles it.

The other two files ( and are 
specific to your ROOT webapp by all appearances. 

I highly recommend you get a good current, book on tomcat and checkout 
the tomcat website for further docs.


André Vila Cova wrote:

>Do you have 2 minutes of your time to explain me some doubts?
>Well, first of all:
>I'm trying to understand diffent configuration files. What's exactly the
>goal of ROOT.xml, and
><Context  docBase="/alert/production/apps/teste"  path="" >
>   <Resource name="ehr" auth="Container" type="
>      factory="oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSourceFactory"
>      driverClassName="oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver"
>      user="xxx" password="xxx" connectionCachingEnabled="true"/>
> <Manager className="org.apache.catalina.session.StandardManager"
>maxActiveSessions="-1" maxInactiveInterval="1800"
>processExpiresFrequency="6" />
>#Database configuration parameters
>cache = true
>user = aol
>pass = goose
>url = jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(protocol=tcp)(host=
>#DataSource configuration parameters
>InitialLimit = 10
>MinLimit = 10
>MaxLimit = 50
>PropertyCheckInterval = 120
>What's the best way to connect to Oracle? Using jdbc connection like I use?
>and about connection poolling? How can I setup a pool of connections?
>If a Oracle package be invalid I need to reset connections???
>What's the best free tool to monitor tomcat? I want to monitor time of
>Thanks for your time...

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