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To which forum with JNDI questions?

 
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It may be staring me straight in the face, but I'm still missing it, so I'll ask: which forum should I go to with a general JNDI question?
Thanks a ton,
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Either J2EE or "Other Java API's"
 
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Many Thanks, Paul.
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To add to Paul's answer for the benefit of other readers. If you want to discuss a particular Java API and you can't see a forum for it, a posting in Other Java APIs is usually a good way to start. If it turns out that the discussion is actually more appropriate to another forum, or if it starts enough discussion that we think a new forum would be a good idea, your post will be moved, but don't let that upset you, it's just how Other Java APIs works.
 
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