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From "mike" <>
Subject datasource management
Date Fri, 15 Feb 2002 13:48:45 GMT
What is the benefit of configuring datasources in the struts-config.xml 

My meaning is, I am adapting my existing webapp to use struts.  Obviously, 
I replaced my home-grown controller because struts has many more features, 
like token and validation.

But, I'm not sure I gain by replacing my home-grown "datasource manager".  
I am using WebSphere, so presumably I don't need pool man.  Datasources are 
defined in a property file (not xml, but good enough) and are cached.  I 
also like the idea of having datasources defined in a separate file.

Am I over-looking something?  Will I miss out on some features if I keep 
datasource management separate from struts classes?


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