> On Jun 5, 2004, at 12:36 PM, Elia Morling wrote:
> > 5. Must the cayenne.xml files reside in the root of my application?
> > Can I store them somewhere
> > else i.e. in a folder named xml? I like to keep my roots tidy...
> You can use FileConfiguration to load cayenne.xml from arbitrary
> location. See
Here's an example:
FileConfiguration conf = new FileConfiguration("cayenne.xml");
I share daily batch processing code with a j2ee web app. This is how I
configure it for my batch job. [cwd is above WEB-INF]
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