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Hi.

Can someone tell if you know some framework to manage the application properties of a company?
We want tha all the configuration information (Properties) of all of our application be in a common repository and we want to administrate them with a common interface.
For example: We have 4 web applications and many EJBs, and we do no like to be editing web.xml files, or properties files, or ejb-jar.xml files.

Thanks for your help.
 
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Put it all in a database that all 4 apps have access to.
 
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Yes. But i am asking if there is some application which do that... The properties administration and a client or interface to access the properties in an easy way.

Thanks.
 
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If the properties are stored in the DB, then a simple interface could be about providing a simple list-all properties page (JSP page/ something) with ability to change the property values and save them to the DB?
 
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