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JNDI question in HFSJ

 
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Hey,

In HFSJ page 645 it ask what are DD elements that provide JNDI access to j2EE components?

correct answers are,
<ejb-ref>
<ejb-local-ref>

but what about <env-entry> related elements..those are suppose to deal with JNDI right? above given tag elements are relate with EJB things know?

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I believe that what they call "j2EE components" are enterprise java beans, that's why they are only listing ejb-ref, and ejb-local-ref.

JNDI related tags are : env-entry, ejb-ref, ejb-local-ref, resource-ref, resource-env-ref.
 
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