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Is there a standard way to manage configurations in a J2EE application. The configuration I am talking about is the properties which drive an application
 
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Looks like the question was hazy
whatI meant was -
Any decently sized J2EE application has need to read configuration. People do it in property files/XML data base etc,.but I wanted to know if there is a standard way and the benefits/drawbacks of these approaches
 
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