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Specifying jndi properties for using @EJB from a servlet

 
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I have a servlet deployed in a JBoss server and it has to look up an EJB deployed in a remote WebLogic server using the @EJB annotation. Where do I pass the jndi properties such as JNDI server url and port? I put the jndi.properties file in the classpath, but it is not working.
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[ April 24, 2007: Message edited by: Sandhya Narayanan ]
 
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Creata a hashmap with the connection properties and pass it as parameter to the InitialContext.Refer the vedor documentation for more information.
 
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I'm not using JNDI API, so there is no InitialContext. How do I specify the JNDI information when @EJB annotation is used.
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