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JNDI question

Bhumika Thakkar
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If I restart tomcat, then the jndi context still exists, but if i reboot the system then the context is gone.. where is jndi reference stored?


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Scott Selikoff
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No clue, but I'm very surprised it stays around after a restart of the server. I wouldn't rely on this feature. By the way, someone should move this to the Tomcat forum.
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