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JNDI-programatically set the password on datasource defined in the appcontext.xml  RSS feed

 
Vinny Menon
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Hi fellow ranchers,

for my project,i am using WAS 6.1.0.25 server.my application uses mybatis and spring3.x and struts 2 as well.

now i have configured the datasource on WAS and provided the datasource bean as below:


we cannot store the password in the App server(in WAS we can store it as a custom property). It is coming from a java application. PwdGen.java which has a method .I have to set the database pwd using this method. can i set it before i make the get connection() call? the problem here is that the datasource is injected in the application. so how can i handle this scenario ? How will i programmatically set the password on the datasource and make the datasource available for the entire application?


 
Vinny Menon
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i solved this problem by using my custom DataSourceAdapter. now the password is not stored anywhere in the custom property of the app server.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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