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local or global JNDI name.

 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi , new to container concepts .Please help me .

With respect to DataSources that are configured inside a Container Please tell me what is a local or global JNDI name.

Thanks in advance.




 
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Ravi Pavan wrote:
With respect to DataSources that are configured inside a Container Please tell me what is a local or global JNDI name.


Any reference, where you read that? Datasources are configured in application server specific way. So each one has its own set of configurations and these might be specific to that container.
 
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Ravi Pavan wrote:
With respect to DataSources that are configured inside a Container Please tell me what is a local or global JNDI name.


Local JNDI names are names that are defined in the descriptors and container associated them with global JNDI name.

Global JNDI names are names that are defined at container level and can be used by application running in that container.
 
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That helps .That was great answer RKSingh.Thank you .
 
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