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Application client reading servlet's JNDI context instead of its own

Rob Micah
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Joined: Aug 30, 2011
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I have a problem with my web application. It's packaged like this:

application:
|
+-appclient
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+-web-client

I have an application-client.xml packaged in my appclient.jar that has an env-entry I'm trying to access via JNDI lookup. But when I try I get a NameNotFoundException with a message that the lookup was looking inside the context of web-client instead of appclient. I am performing the lookup in the application client like this:

and getting this exception:

Am I doing this correctly?
 
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