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${jdbc.maxPoolSize} value in *-ds.xml file always read as 0 in JBOSS 6.1

Karthick Narayanan
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Joined: May 10, 2013
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I use JBOSS 6.1 final. I am trying to set the max pool size value in *-ds.xml file. Currently the following approach fails as JBOSS always reads the max pool size as 0,

- I would like to use <max-pool-size>${jdbc.maxPoolSize}</max-pool-size> in /jbossi-6/server/default/deploy/my-ds.xml
- It always ends up with maxPoolSize = 0

The following approach succeeds though,

- If I use <max-pool-size>5</max-pool-size> in /jbossi-6/server/default/deploy/my-ds.xml
- It ends up with maxPoolSize = 5

On the otherhand the same thing works fine in JBOSS4.2 without any changes. Any idea on why it doesn't read ${jdbc.maxPoolSize} and always gets 0? and how I can fix it? I tried few suggestions mentioned in few discussion forums, but no success.

Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.
 
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