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Getting the above message when using the following code:



It works, but I get this message in the log:



However, you may note that the jndiContext isn't in the proper format which should be:



When I use this jndiContextValue, I get NullPointerExceptions when I perform a DataSource.getConnection() call.

I'm using: Sun ONE Application Server 7.0.0_04
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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