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JNDI and Tomcat?

Sloan Bowman
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Joined: Jan 21, 2003
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I have been reading the JBoss docs and have found the reference to adding the resource-ref tag in my jboss-web.xml file to link my datasources etc.. with tomcat. My question is when I write my classes do I use lookups on the jndi-name specified in the jboss-web.xml or the web.xml file. I don't see how it makes it possible to write once and deploy anywhere if you have to re-code your servlets or DAO's to use the new JNDI
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
subject: JNDI and Tomcat?
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