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Modifying web.xml after enterprise application is already deployed

 
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Hi All,
I have an enterprise application (EAR file) that is deployed on a WAS 5.0. It consists of couple of web modules (WAR files). I made changes in some beans used in one of the web modules and added a new DataSource. Is there any way I can directly go and modify the web.xml for the web module and specify the resource references to the new DataSource directly rather than going through the process of redeploying?

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Martin
 
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Yes. The web.xml file is cached in the WebSphere config/cells/cell_name/applications/ear_name/deployements/app_name/war_name/WEB-INF directory. You have to make the changes in both places (the cache and the app) and then restart the application.

Honestly, you are better of just doing an update.
 
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thanks for pointing that out William. But I found a work around. I am using the jndi name directly instead of the resource reference "java:comp/env/jdbc/ds". Is there any drawback of using this?


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ML

[ August 30, 2004: Message edited by: Martin Lira ]
[ August 30, 2004: Message edited by: Martin Lira ]
 
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Scott Duncan wrote:Yes. The web.xml file is cached in the WebSphere config/cells/cell_name/applications/ear_name/deployements/app_name/war_name/WEB-INF directory. You have to make the changes in both places (the cache and the app) and then restart the application.

Honestly, you are better of just doing an update.



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