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Hi,
1) Is JBoss 3.0 still compliant with EJB 1.1 ?
2) Is the data source configuration file stored in $JBOSS_HOME%\docs\examples\jca?
There's a major change in the new JBoss architecture. In the previous JBoss version, I used to create new datasource
through my application and load it during runtime. That is to say that I would bind the data source into an
xml format readable by jboss.jar.
But now it seems different in this new version of JBoss where it has different XML files for different databases.
Anyone know or have done this way and can be sure it can still be implemented for the new JBoss version?
Thanks.
Clement
 
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