hey everyone, i've got to upgrade from Tomcat to weblogic and i'm stuck. in Tomcat under server directory (C:\jakarta-tomcat-5.0.25\conf\Catalina\localhost) I had a custom xml file that used to load env variables such as db connections and other stuff. I know WL has config.xml but is there a way to tell it to go and fetch the new xml file for a specific project? better still, any tutorial on migrating struts projects under tomcat to weblogic 9.1? any help is appreciated
sherrif, I have too many stuff going on in my life that my name on javaranch is the least I care about. who cares what my name is, huh? I mean, really, apart from unnecessary rules that a few of you have setup, to the person who tries to reply to my request whether I am Susan, James or Najaranikanth Rapasapajooklian the third.
for God's sake, I need help with my question, not rules like this that limit my work time, resources or considerations towards this site.
If you claim YOU have followed the rules how come your name is Sherrif? Mr. wise guy?
Ari, it is unwise to taunt Bear, or anyone else on this site. We do not tolerate disruptive people, and picking a fight is not going to get people to help you. As for the rules, the owner of this site, Paul Wheaton, wants to keep this forum friendly and professional. He sees using full names as a crucial part of this community's atmosphere. If you have a problem with it, the correct place to air your grievance is the JavaRanch forum.
Originally posted by Ari nyc: sherrif, If you claim YOU have followed the rules how come your name is Sherrif? Mr. wise guy?
Bear's name isn't Sheriff: his title is. That means that Bear is a senior moderator on JavaRanch. It a title & responsibility he's been given because he goes out of his way to be helpful to people: people like yourself. I'm damned glad he takes the time to do so, and to enforce the very few rules have around here. I wish we could clone him: the world would be a heck of a lot nicer if we did.
It's a shame that you've decided to take the course that you have. Hundreds if not thousands of people get valuable help here everyday, for free, and all that is asked is that you follow a few simple rules.
One is that your display name must conform to the standards. The other is "be nice". You seem to be having a problem with both of these, which befuddles me as they are such simple rules to follow in order to obtain access to such great resources.
The choice is yours.
Please change your display name to conform to the JavaRanch standards prior to your next post, and we can all get on with the business of helping you out. [ December 19, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
FOR GOD'S SAKE BEAR GET OFF MY BACK WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH YOU, WHAT DO U WANT FROM ME UNLESS YOU CAN ANSWER PEOPLE'S QUESTIONS, ****STOP PI*S*SING THEM OFF****** IT IS VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY ANNOYING YOU HAVE BEEN WASTING MY TIME FOR 2 DAYS, NOW YOU'RE SAYING I WASTE TIME? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU IDI*OTS AT JAVARANCH?
Jack, thank you for changing your screen name to follow the rules. We appreciate that because, as several others have already mentioned in this thread, there are only a few simple rules here.
However, as others have already mentioned, one of those simple rules is "Be Nice". I don't believe your last post follows those rules. In fact it doesn't seem nice to me at all.
And as others have already mentioned, the correct forum for discussing the rules is the "JavaRanch" forum. If you think you have been hard done by then by all means start a thread over there for people to discuss.
town drunk ( and author)
posted 13 years ago
Paul's being much, much nicer then I'm inclined to be. You come here asking for help, and this the way you go about it: by insulting the people who are kind enough to host you?
Araad, posting as "Jack Johnson" isn't a very good way to fly under the radar either. Even if, apparently, not everyone recognizes it. Oh well. Regardless... there was no problem when you simply posted as Araad Izadkhah in the past. Why be so difficult now? Grow up. [ December 20, 2006: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]