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Java Enterprise Q&A » jndi » Property 

1. Storing properties in JNDI? Environment specific locations    stackoverflow.com

I want access to a storage folder but its actual location can vary with environments. Could I store properties into JNDI or do something similar to a datasource in JBOSS? How ...

2. Commons configuration - JNDIConfiguration - How to?    stackoverflow.com

I usually use Commons Configuration for manage my applications configs. I have used properties files configuration. Now I'm interested in using a JNDIConfiguration but I'm not able to understand how this ...

3. ordering of multiple jndi.properties on classpath    stackoverflow.com

I have a jboss web service that is getting the wrong initial context. I want it to use the java.naming.factory.initial from the jndi.properties in the services root directory and not ...

4. jndi.properties in JBoss    stackoverflow.com

Is there any way to configure JNDI so the lookup first checks localhost and if it doesn't find matching name it performs automatic discovery of other jndi servers?

5. How sets the jdni.properties on ireport    stackoverflow.com

hi i'm using ireport 3.7.2 with ejbql connection my problem is that when i test the connection, fails because Could not find datasource, in the log says: Caused by: org.hibernate.HibernateException: Could not ...

6. Define a simple string JNDI property in Weblogic 10.0    stackoverflow.com

My application requires a JNDI property, which basically is a simple java.lang.String. In tomcat this is easy to define the context.xml, while it's also easy in the glassfish admin console. However, I cannot ...

7. EJB Module Project: Debug a Unit Test, but also load jndi.properties in classpath    forums.netbeans.org

Hi, Debug File (Ctrl+Shift+F5) does not load the jndi.properties visible in the "Run Test"-classpath. Project type is "EJB Module". Running the JUnit test by selecting Test Project (Alt+F6) does load the jndi.properties file, but does not respect the break points I set in the JUnit test and in the class under test. How do I get both, the jndi.properties and break ...

8. Re directing Persistence Units after compliling (Jndi.properties file too)    forums.netbeans.org

Newbie to persistence type question. For my standalone client I do some database access to the database on my server with persistence and therefore I have a persistence.xml file. I also use JMS for point to point messaging from my client to the server, therefore I also have a jndi.properties file (easier to change, but still wrapped up in the jar ...

9. Jmeter2.3.1 JMS Publisher jndi.properties file    jmeter.512774.n5.nabble.com

Hi, I want to do some ACtiveMQ JMS test using Jmeter. I prepared test using JMS publisher & subscriber in Jmeter2.3.1. I want to know where to provide my jndi.properties file? Is it necessary to provide jndi.properties file. I have unchecked the check box in JMS publisher configuration window & provided my initial context factory class with connection factory, broker url ...

10. JMS doesn't seem to be working with jndi.properties    jmeter.512774.n5.nabble.com

I'm using jndi.properties for the JMS Publisher, but I get an NPE. It seems as if the InitialContext is not being initialized with the jndi.properties file. I tried placing the jndi.properties in the lib directory and the \bin directory. Any ideas? 2007/08/16 13:30:58 INFO - jmeter.util.JMeterUtils: Setting Locale to en_US 2007/08/16 13:30:59 INFO - ...

11. jndi.properties rage    coderanch.com

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