Chrysalis uses several configuration files.
The DTDs for the configuration files are located in the src/dtds directory in the Chrysalis distribution.
Chrysalis uses a flexible configuration lookup mechanism to
retrieve it configuration data. This mechanism is discussed in more
detail in the documentation for the
Chrysalis web applications should follow the standard directory structure specified in the Servlet standard:
The WEB-INF/lib/ directory should include the chrysalis.jar. On Servlet 2.2 containers, it should also contain the servlet-2.3-upgrade.jar, which contains the filter-related classes from the Servlet 2.3 standard.
Application-specific classes can either by in the /WEB-INF/classes/ directory, or in jar files in the /WEB-INF/lib/ directory. Chrysalis loads controller and JavaBean configuration files from the classpath, so that these files can be in either location as well.
Chrysalis Library JARs
The library JARs used by Chrysalis depend on your environment.
The above JARs may include version number information in their name, indicating the version of Chrysalis or JSTL on which they are based. JARs that come with a given distribution of Chrysalis have been tested as a unit and should be used together.