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Anand Raj
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Hi,

I'm using jboss app server and oracle db server. I had written a oracle-ds.xml file and delployed in jboss to get the connection pool feature,its working fine.
But is it possible to define the connection pool properties using jboss web console for each web application?

For every database we need to write -ds.xml file. Is there any other alternative.

and I need to use clustering feature of jboss how to do it?
 
Jaikiran Pai
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Originally posted by Anand Raj:
But is it possible to define the connection pool properties using jboss web console for each web application?


No. JBoss Webconsole does not support datasource creation.

Originally posted by Anand Raj:
For every database we need to write -ds.xml file. Is there any other alternative.


A single -ds.xml can have multiple datasource configurations for different databases.


Originally posted by Anand Raj:
and I need to use clustering feature of jboss how to do it?


You have to start the "all" server profile to use clustering in JBoss:

 
Javid Jamae
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and I need to use clustering feature of jboss how to do it?


That's a very open-ended question. You could write a whole book on it, but we've devoted two chapters to it in ours.

Yes, the all configuration will get you started. Also browse through the JBoss documentation for some configuration details. The JBoss 5 clustering documentation has definitely improved over previous versions.
 
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