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Where to provide the username and password for connecting to Oracle data base using Jboss

Basil Kurian
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In Jboss on which file we need to provide the username and password for database connection.
I have seen the connection details including username and password has been provided in the oracle-ds.xml file.This i was seen the in test environment of our jboss application.
But on the production environment i was not able to see the username and password in the same file . Only the data base server and name is provided. Then where can the user name and password can be given?
Jaikiran Pai
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Basil, welcome to JavaRanch!

In Jboss on which file we need to provide the username and password for database connection.
I have seen the connection details including username and password has been provided in the oracle-ds.xml file.This i was seen the in test environment of our jboss application.

Yes, -ds.xml is the correct file for these datasource properties.


But on the production environment i was not able to see the username and password in the same file . Only the data base server and name is provided. Then where can the user name and password can be given?

In production, they might be using a encrypted version of the password.


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