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DataSource naming convention using JNDI

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Joined: Jul 06, 2001
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What is the J2EE naming convention for binding logical names to data sources? I'm currently using JRun, and in their configuration manual they use the following convention...
java:comp/env/jdbc/{data source name}
I'm wondering if this is the J2EE convention, or perhaps JRuns convention. I'd like to stick to standards!
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