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Open Source JNDI Service?

james render
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Joined: May 08, 2003
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Does anyone know of an open source lightweight JNDI compliant naming service?

I need to use a rmi over iiop to look up a EJB service whilst using the IBM JDK, HOWEVER I can't use the Websphere based kit (which is the only way that I've managed to get it working so far!)

I don't want a full JBoss installation.

Thanks

James


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Paul Sturrock
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How about a "minimal" JBoss setup? The architecture of JBoss is such that you only need to deploy the services you are going to use. Look at the minimal directory - it comes with JNDI and the deployer service. Nothing else.


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james render
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Well, I'm just looking at Sun's JNDI implementation, turns out that you can pick and chose the bits that you want, so I thought that I might try to get the COS naming service running on top of IBM's JDK..

lol, gutton for punishment!!

Then maybe I'll try to extract the naming service stuff (JBossNS) from a JBoss install and try running that on its own..

Wonder if it needs to be running or its possible to call it on demand..
Axel Janssen
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apache has a directory server project in incubator.
Have not tried it.
http://incubator.apache.org/directory/subprojects/apacheds/index.html
james render
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thanks, unfortunately I need it for rmi over iiop rather than ldap.
 
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