I would like to configure a second datasource in confluence. From the manual "Database Setup for Oracle" it gives an example for setting up only one datasource: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF35/Database+Setup+for+Oracle. Does anyone know how i can do that?
Thank you very much for your help!
On the Confluence side, you just add another "resource" section.
However, I'm really not sure that's of any help to you because I don't know why you want to set up a new datasource (although I can think of a few possibilities, I'm not going to guess and wander off in the wrong direction) That will make it available for use inside Confluence, but you'll then need to write stuff to actually use it...
Thanks a lot for your reply! I have already added that in server.xml and web.xml of tomcat but somehow i have to link that with confluence (smth. like
java:comp/env/jdbc/confluence) as i did for the first one. I need this as i am connecting with two databases.
Thank you once again!
I mean when you set up confluence with an external database you have to provide the name of the datasource. In the setup there is no other choice of providing a second name. I am doing this because I want to connect at these two databases at the same time.
I'm afraid I still don't understand. What are you actually trying to do? I understand that you want to access data in another database, but what do you want to do with it?
I'm well aware of that. It only covers a single datasource because Confluence only uses one, but the theory applies if you want to make more available. What matters is what you actually want to do with another datasource, which you aren't saying.
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