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Good books for learning JNDI

 
Dan King
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Can anyone recommend any good books for learning JNDI? Thanks.
 
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I'm not sure you could get a whole book out of JNDI - there is not a great deal of detail to it. You usually find it covered in JEE books.
 
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Paul Sturrock wrote:I'm not sure you could get a whole book out of JNDI - there is not a great deal of detail to it. You usually find it covered in JEE books.


You're right, JNDI is usually covered in JEE books, but most of the books I found that covered it were rather old (circa 2000); I was looking for recommendations for newer ones. In the end, I picked up from my library "Java Data Access"; it has a simple and straight-forward explanation of JNDI and how to use it. Unfortunately, it didn't cover as much as I'd like about referenceable objects.
 
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