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Adding JNDI functionality to vanilla IBM JDK 1.3.0

 
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Hi,

Is there anyway of enabling a vanilla IBM JDK 1.3.0 to use JNDI?

My issue is that I need to act as an EJB client (iiop), but without access to a WAS installation / jar files.

Basically, its a WMQI (2.1.6) thing. We've successfully managed to get a WMQI java node to act as a EJB client but only using a WebSphere installation.

I don't need WebSphere jars to use the EJB, only to access the naming service

I'm looking at using Sun's JNDI implementation.. though possibly by-passing JNDI and just using rmi/iiop/corba is an option I've yet to explore.

Has anyone any experience of this?

Thanks

James
 
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Yeah, stupid question. The 1_3_0 JDK ships with JNDI functionality.
 
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