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connection pool from jbuilder

Adun Ton
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Joined: Oct 28, 2005
Posts: 5
I'm developing a website with Oracle9i and Jbuilder2006 and Tomcat5.0,
I want to use the connection pool in tomcat,
the problem is if I run the jsp page in jbuilder(the project server is tomcat 5.0), it do not use the server.xml of tomcat 5.0,but make a new server configure file for the project,so I can not configure the connetion pool for the project in jbuilder,
it works fine if I packet the webmodule into a war file,
and deploy it in the webapp directory of tomcat,
and start the tomcat,
it don't work if jbuilder and tomcat work together,
My god,
this has ruined my several sleeps and breakfast.

Who knows how to solve the problem?

[edited subject: was "Help,and let me have a good sleep" ]
[ November 29, 2005: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]

Adun is running.<br />Adun is common but unique.
Adam Richards
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Joined: Nov 03, 2005
Posts: 135
Take two Sominex & try again in the morning.

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