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CMP getConnetion

 
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I am working on a J2EE Project on the WebLogic 5.1 platform. I use the container managed persistence (CMP) and i want to connect each table in MySQL database to an entity bean.
In session beans i used to get the connection as follows:
getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost/BagCart, "nobody", "n0body843" )
Now in the case of CMP, how should mention the username and password, where should i specify it( Deployment descriptor or weblogic.properties) if so how to set it. Please any one help me.
Thanks in advance,
Regards,
Nachiappan.N
 
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I've not used WebLogic 5.1 for a while (disclaimer!), but the username and password and usually associated with the datasource that you define within the weblogic console (or weblogic.properties). Then, in your CMP deployment descriptor, you just tell the app server which datasource should be used for the CMP bean.
Simon
 
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