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From micael <>
Subject Re: How to manage application properties?
Date Sun, 22 Sep 2002 17:54:32 GMT
Attached is a demo.Demo class which utilizes a PropertiesManager 
class.  The PropertiesManager class creates a properties file to keep track 
of properties files, then creates and uses properties files with and 
without defaults.  I use it to demonstrate to students.

You can put anything you like into any scope (page, session, application) 
in an application, so you use property files just like you would with any 
program or application.  There is no reason why you cannot create and use 
classes and objects in struts.
This PropertiesManager is probably too unwieldy, but you can make something 
that fits your own needs.


At 12:07 AM 9/22/2002 -0700, you wrote:

>This is a very "newbie" question I'm sure, so this might not be the 
>appropriate forum.  Maybe it belongs in the Tomcat forum?  Not sure.
>Pretty basic objective.... I just want to be able to put application 
>settings (things like path names, integer values, etc) in a *.properties 
>file and access those properties from within my tomcat/struts(1.1) 
>application.  I see quite a bit of talk about 
>, but it seems like people are only using 
>that to store and retrieve messages.  I'd rather not mix my messages with 
>my settings.  How do you do it?  I'm aware of the 
>class.... but I don't really know how to efficiently use it within the 
>application servlet context (I don't want to reload it with every 
>request)..... and I wouldn't know when to load it into application 
>scope.....   anyway, you see that I don't have a clue.  I can think of 
>plenty of ways to do it, but I would like know the most common/accepted 
>method(s).  So any tips would be much appreciated :)
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