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env-entry tags inside web.xml

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Are there any advantages to using <env-entry> tags inside a web
application's web.xml file instead of just using plain old vanilla
init-params? The J2EE spec suggests that somehow the former approach
is more flexible and permits a deployer to configure environment
variables at deployment time without touching the web.xml file. As
far as I can see, however, a deployer has to manipulate the web.xml
file to change env-entry values. Am I missing something?
Jul 17 '05 #1
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