Can i run a stand alone java class(but which is included in my web application) to get a datasource for the tomcat connection pool? when i try to run the java cliass(its main method), i am getting the following exception:
I don't know what you mean by running a stand alone java class. Normally, classes in a web application are invoked by the application server. If you're trying to do something like this:
Then you're not really running "in" the webapp, just using the war as though it was a jar. And, since the JNDI registry is built and controlled by the Tomcat server, but you're not running in the server, there's no registry to be found.
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I've done this kind of thing to get to Weblogic EJB's from stand-alone applications. One has to specify an initial context factory, server URL and server credentials.
I don't know if Tomcat makes it's JNDI accessible like Weblogic does. Google pointed me to this guy who looks like he's got a number of the settings right, but still cannot look up a JNDI resource.
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