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what is it all about

Har Sri
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Joined: Dec 22, 2007
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we understood the purpose of <res-ref-name> , it seems that it can be used for calling beans from other beans , resource factories ,environment entries but everything is through some JNDI lookup .

For instance , But , i am expecting some comments .

<resource-ref>
<res-ref-name>ra/j-connector</res-ref-name>
</resource-ref>

The above is for a Resource Adapter . But , in the resource adapter packaged file we did not have any JNDI name using "ra/j-connector" .... but it is still working , i mean to say i am able get the reference (ConnectionFactory) . Nowhere , we did not have that JNDI name ""ra/j-connector"

So , what it is referring to ...( is it referring to ConnectionFactory of javax.resource.cci)

Having said all this , why we need it in the first palce if we are not using it ....
 
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