|Re: Using JNDI in Eclipse [message #483066 is a reply to message #482589]
||Sun, 30 August 2009 15:44
Originally posted by: yoduderoo.netscape.net|
Since JNDI is part of the JRE, there is no reason why you can't use
JNDI. I use JNDI to access LDAP and it works fine. To use JNDI to access
an object repository on a remote app server, might require some
app-server-specific client libs.
Jan Kohnert wrote:
> is it possible to use JNDI within eclipse?
> I want to set up my datasource using JNDI properties so my old servlets
> can use the JNDI defined datasource also they are not running within
> tomcat anymore. (Java WS running on a eclipse environment instead of Axis).
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