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developerWorks: Three Ways to Connect a Database to a Geronimo Application Server

Jun 27, 2005, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Neal Sanche)

"Geronimo is a flexible application server capable of hosting many different application components. Geronimo uses deployment plans to help the application deployment system figure out which pieces of an application need to go where. The J2EE specification leaves some of the details of deployment up to the application server provider to define. The Apache Geronimo team currently uses deployment plans to tell the server what parts are available as well as how they should be configured and deployed.

"In the case of a Web application, the deployed .war file will contain a deployment plan called geronimo-jetty.xml that is placed in the WEB-INF directory of your Web application along with the web.xml file..."

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