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Properties Files vs. JNDI?

Max Tomlinson
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Joined: Jul 17, 2001
Posts: 365
hi all-
we have a need in our J2EE application to use soft-coded properties (e.g database name etc.) ... what is the best way to do this: JNDI or A ResourceBundle? Oh, some of these are used by EJBs (most of them in fact)
thanks,
Max
Steve Loughran
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Joined: Aug 06, 2002
Posts: 37
JNDI is nice for hot update of properties and replication across a cluster -though then you need a replicated directory service.
prop files are simple, but limited in what they can describe.
XML files are in-between; they have more power but are harder to work with.
The java 1.4 preferences API should nominally hide how the preferences are stored, so you could code for anything, but I aint used it yet to be sure.
 
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