Jon Swanson wrote:Why logging into the PC is not sufficient is beyond me- I have to implement the requirement, I didn't request it.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:To clarify, I know about SNAPSHOT versions, but I don't know what OP means by "SNAPSHOT cycle".
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch
Remember that your switch is translated by the javac tool into a lookup table in the bytecode.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:I don't know what you mean by "SHAPSHOT cycle" and what you mean by "RELEASE cycle". Are these phases in Jenkins' release pipeline?
paul nisset wrote:JNDI and context.xml are excellent for general information like DB server paths etc. But I wouldn't want to put passwords in them.
It doesn't really resolve the security of issue having passwords readily accessible to anyone who has access to the web server having the keys to the kingdom all in one convenient place.
I've seen people put DB passwords in web.xml (luckily not often). It's quite shocking.
Carey Brown wrote:OK, but then how do you place a series of lines in 10 degree increments.