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(Note: Console screenshots are from Geronimo 2.0. Current console varies slightly.)
This wizard offers two different alternatives for importing existing BEA WebLogic database pools:
Apart from the alternative you choose, you are still required to tell Geronimo where the database driver jars are. For this particular example, the Repository portlet is used to install the PointBase driver jar .
Here are the steps of installing the PointBase database driver jar in Geronimo:
From the Geronimo Administration Console, click the Database Pools link. From the Database Pools portlet, click Import from WebLogic 8.1. The following figure illustrates the import wizard.
For this particular example, the focus is the second alternative for importing existing BEA WebLogic database pools. A default example domain was created in the WebLogic server with all the sample applications also included by default. This domain is located in the <bea_home>\user_projects\domains\examples directory.
On the first screen of the import wizard (illustrated in the above figure), enter the following values for the Domain directory path: and the weblogic81/server/lib path:, and click Next.
Step 2, illustrated in the following figure, shows a list of recognized database pools from the WebLogic domain you specified. These database pools can be imported to Apache Geronimo.
Note that the WebLogic domain that you are trying to import the database pools from must be running if you want to successfully test the connection. For this example, click the Confirm and Deploy link for the second database pool in the list, the one corresponding to examples-dataSource-demoPool.
In the following step, select the Driver JAR: that you just created in the Geronimo repository.
Note that the database password has been recognized. Click Test Connection, and you will see a confirmation similar to the following figure. Click Deploy.
The following page goes back to the Step 2. This time it will display the remaining database pools available for import and will also show the import status of the database pool that you just imported. At this point, you can click Skip Remaining Pools to leave the import wizard.
Now you can see the database pool that you just imported listed in the database pool portlet.