Thursday, March 29, 2001 10:21 AM
Yes. You can either set up a <>.properties properties file for storing information such as url, port #'s, JMS topic queue names, etc. and then have a startup class (startup with Weblogic) read in the properties file and have the values ready for any class wanting to know. YOu can also have the value stored in the properties file of the EJB server and just reference them through the EJB server. A third way is to store them in a DB table and have a class containing some JDBC calls to retreive the appropriate field and return its value.