Alex schrieb: >>> <web-app> >>> <system-property >>> javax >>> .xml.stream.XMLInputFactory="org.codehaus.stax2.XMLInputFactory2"/> >>> </web-app> >> But wouldn't that set the property for the entire JVM instead of for >> one particular webapp/ > > Not if you supply your own context aware instance of Properties using > System.setProperties(Properties). > > That isolates the apps/hosts/cluster from each other and they can have > their own sets of properties.
What is a context-aware instance of Properties? How do I get one? Wouldn't I rather need a context-aware instance of System (which I don't know about)? I just tested this doing System.getProperty("milu.test") in a JSP in webapp xxx and then deployed webapp yyy whose ServletContextListener does System.setProperties(props) where props contains "milu.test" set to a different value. That affects not only webapp yyy, but also webapp xxx, which now shows the value set by xxx. How would I use System.setProperties(props) without affecting the entire JVM? -- Michael Ludwig _______________________________________________ resin-interest mailing list email@example.com http://maillist.caucho.com/mailman/listinfo/resin-interest