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Mimer and JBoss

Mimer and JBoss

Mimer and JBoss

Have never used Mimer before but thought I should check Mimer out. Does anybody know how to configure JBoss 3.2.2 to use Mimer for web authentication and to define connection pooling.


RE: Mimer and JBoss


It's quite easy to configure JBoss to work with Mimer SQL. I have written a couple of configuration files that you can use.
Download the following files:
There is a readme at:

Basically, enter your database url, database ident and database password in mimersql-ds.xml and copy the file to <jboss>/server/<configuration_name>/deploy, for example /opt/jboss/server/default/deploy. If you want to use XA, do the same with mimersql-xa-ds.xml.

The files standardjbosscmp-jdbc.xml and standardjaws.xml is used to tell JBoss what datatypes to use and some other things about how the database works. Theese are comlete files where I have added information about Mimer SQL. If you don't want to overwrite the existing ones, just copy the parts you want (the Mimer SQL parts). Otherwise, simpoy copy the files to <jboss>/server/<configuration_name>/config/

Of course, you have to have the Mimer JDBC Driver in the classpath of the servers JVM.


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