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What classes do i need to download for JNDI File System context?

 
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Hi!
I have instaled in my machine a jdk v1.6.
From tutorials and sun's documentation i have read that versons of jdk recently than v3 have classes for Ldap, File System, and something else contexts.

That's the problem:



when i run that. it cause an error:

Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory

Can someone help me?
Thank advance!
 
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Andrei Mura wrote:From tutorials and sun's documentation i have read that versons of jdk recently than v3 have classes for Ldap, File System, and something else contexts.


Can you quote it?
I think you should explicitly include the fscontext library to the classpath.
 
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Several providers are being shipped with the JRE, but not the file system provider AFAICT; see http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/downloads/index.html
 
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Thank you!!!

I have been looking for a link to download the providerutil and fscontext jars on Oracle's site, and could not find it.

None of the Sun links work anymore, of course.
 
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