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Connecting to MySQL locally via JNDI

 
Zein Nunna
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Hi guys,

I'm using a Tomcat 5.5.17, MySQL DB and and JSP's at this point in time, possibly changing to JSF.

What I've acheived currenlty is to use the code below (and some more) to connect to a DB - i.e.just java-database (no webserever)


On the Tomcat I'm using JNDI. I want to do the same locally, rather than use two distinct methodologies and then cut/paste code etc.

Does anyone know of a good code examples on how I could use JNDI locally i.e. between java-mySQL database (not using the browser).

Thanks in advance for your views
Zein
 
Merrill Higginson
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This sounds like a good idea, except there's only one problem: To use JNDI, you have to have a server that supports JNDI running or your JNDI lookup will fail. This means you're making your stand-alone java application so that it won't run unless a JNDI server is running. Not such a good idea.

With some good OO-Design, it's not that hard to design a flexible solution. Create an interface for a service that gets a database connection. Then create two different implementations of that interface -- one for JNDI and one for stand-alone Java. In your application code, you'd then code to the interface rather than the implementation.
[ March 03, 2007: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]
 
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