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From Jorge Medina <>
Subject Re: Including a file into server.xml
Date Sat, 23 Jan 2010 05:43:45 GMT
I don't know of any inclusion tag.

I had a similar problem with context.xml, I used an XSLT transformation to
add new <Resource>s entries during installation time depending on the number
of databases a user wanted to configure.  I used a dummy <Resource> entry
and used XSLT to make a copy of it replacing a set of attributes with values
provided by the user. At the end, I used another XSLT to remove the dummy

On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 11:31 PM, Aryeh M. Friedman <> wrote:

> I have an Java based XML DB that keeps track of different configurations
> for various sites we host and it is trivial to have it spit out a <Host>
> entery compatible with server.xml for each site... the only problem we have
> is how to insert the output into server.xml without garbaging and/or having
> to parse the file... the solution I want to use is "include file X here" but
> I can not find any way of coding that into server.xml.... If it is
> compatible with standard XML inclusion tag's just let me know and I will
> figure out the rest if not is there a special tag or something?
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