RE: [Xdoclet-user] merge file for resource-ref/

2005-04-13 Thread Andrew Stevens
On Tue, 2005-04-12 at 14:10, Fogleson, Allen wrote:
 It seems counter intuitive but...
 
 ejb-resourcerefs.xml - An XML unparsed entity containing resource-ref
 entities for any resources not specified in web.resource-ref tags.
 
 Al

Hmm... you're right, that does seem counter-intuitive.  The only reason
I can think of for doing it that way is to perhaps allow for sharing the
same resource refs between EJBs and web apps in the same EAR?  Feel free
to raise an issue in JIRA to rename it, unless anyone else can think of
a better reason or remember why it was originally done like that?


Andrew.
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   Hello !
 
   Very easy question, but I cant seem to find it in the doc (I'm
 probably half blind) :
 
   What merge file should I use to add resource-ref/ tags to my
 web.xml when using webdoclet ? I have a JDBC resource that is shared
 through all application, so I would like to be able to define it
 globally instead of using a @web.resource-ref on every servlet. Is
 that possible ?
 
   Thanks for your help !
 
 Guillaume Lederrey



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Re: [Xdoclet-user] merge file for resource-ref/

2005-04-13 Thread Guillaume Lederrey
  Thanks all for your help !  That's right, it is not all that
intuitive ... at least that gives me an excuse for not finding it on
my own ...

  Thx all

   Guillaume


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[Xdoclet-user] merge file for resource-ref/

2005-04-12 Thread Guillaume Lederrey
  Hello !

  Very easy question, but I cant seem to find it in the doc (I'm
probably half blind) :

  What merge file should I use to add resource-ref/ tags to my
web.xml when using webdoclet ? I have a JDBC resource that is shared
through all application, so I would like to be able to define it
globally instead of using a @web.resource-ref on every servlet. Is
that possible ?

  Thanks for your help !

Guillaume Lederrey


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RE: [Xdoclet-user] merge file for resource-ref/

2005-04-12 Thread Fogleson, Allen
It seems counter intuitive but...

ejb-resourcerefs.xml - An XML unparsed entity containing resource-ref
entities for any resources not specified in web.resource-ref tags.

Al


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Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 3:38 AM
To: xdoclet-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Xdoclet-user] merge file for resource-ref/

  Hello !

  Very easy question, but I cant seem to find it in the doc (I'm
probably half blind) :

  What merge file should I use to add resource-ref/ tags to my
web.xml when using webdoclet ? I have a JDBC resource that is shared
through all application, so I would like to be able to define it
globally instead of using a @web.resource-ref on every servlet. Is
that possible ?

  Thanks for your help !

Guillaume Lederrey


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