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i am using orcale, mysql databases , if i use context.xml i can get datasource for only one db

 
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please help me

i am using orcale, mysql databases for two different web applications , i am executing both applications simultaneously if i specify in context.xml ,i can get datasource object only for one db(either oracle or mysql).
 
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Can you tell why don't you want to do a lookup. When you declare a datasource using context.xml in apache tomcat, then it is added as a JNDI resource. I don't think you can retrieve it using anything other than lookup...
 
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The whole point of DataSource is to be used through JNDI. If you're set on not using JNDI (why?) you might just as well use DriverManager.
 
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how to get datasource object in tomcat without using jndi for oracle/mysql



Well for Oracle, you can use Class oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource and OracleXADataSource can be used.
1) create object of OracleDatasource
2) set the connection parameters (DB details) and get connection.
 
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