Java Data & Java Locating Resources Using JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)

Locating Resources Using JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)


This material is from Chapter 13, Locating Resources Using JNDI, from the book JavaServer Pages Developer’s Handbook (ISBN: 0-672-32438-5) written by Nick Todd and Mark Szolkowski, published by Sams Publishing.


Chapter 13: Locating Resources Using JNDI


Chapter 13: Locating Resources Using JNDI

This chapter introduces the concepts surrounding the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI). It discusses the need for naming services, and the purposes for which Web applications use them. Directory services are also described, and by the time you have read this chapter you will be able to distinguish between the two types of service.

You will then be introduced to JNDI and its architecture before seeing the specifics of using JNDI in a Web application. In the next chapter (Chapter 14, "Databases and JSP") there are examples of using JNDI to locate JDBC datasources. In Chapter 15, "JSP and EJB Interaction," you will see Web applications that use JNDI to locate Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs).

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