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Configuring JNDI and JDBC Services

  • Michael Wessler
  • Erin Mulder
  • Rob Harrop
  • Jan Machacek

Abstract

Most J2EE applications need to access at least one database through JDBC. The recommended way to access databases from JDBC is to do it with JNDI and a data source object. Therefore, in this chapter, you’ll cover the following:
  • How to configure JNDI

  • How J2EE applications typically access databases

  • The types of JDBC drivers and data sources available

  • How to configure these to work with Oracle and other databases

Keywords

Application Server Configuration File Inventory Database Naming Service Oracle Database 
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Copyright information

© Michael Wessler, Erin Mulder, Rob Harrop, and Jan Machacek 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Wessler
  • Erin Mulder
  • Rob Harrop
  • Jan Machacek

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