PriDE Configuration

PriDE's basic configuration mechanism is the interface ResourceAccessor. It defines details of an application's database access strategy as explained in the introduction. Although every application may provide its own individual implementation, it is often sufficient to use the predefined ones delivered with PriDE. The classes ResourceAccessorJ2SE, ResourceAccessorWeb and ResourceAccessorJ2EE provide different implementations for managed and unmanaged Java environments. All classes are derived from AbstractResourceAccessor which can be configured by the properties listed below. The configuration parameters can be defined as system properties or passed in the constructor of the resource accessor.

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