I want to access a Bean remotely (with JNDI). So I thought I could
access in on the client with:
Properties env = new Properties();
Context jndiContext = new InitialContext(env);
If I do a port scan on "myserver" the JNDI port 1099 does not show up. I
thought this is the default port. What do I have to do the get access
the remote bean?
Is there somewhere a documentation how to access JNDI resources from
Can anyone please provide some guidance as to where I can make JBoss
ignore any incomming JSESSIONID not generated by JBoss itself?
Currently I use ModJk and to tag a given server I use an initial
request using JSESSIONID=.nodeName. The request goes to the right node
but the session id keeps on being .nodeName for the rest of the
session which is unnaceptable.
Thanks in advance for your help,
I am considering a few issues here. Mainly, for a udb db2 connection, you specify the database instance owner/user, and a password. i.e. :
But for a mainframe db2 connection, a user authenticates to a db and schema with an individual logon and password from a racf (or similar authentication) backend. So in that case, I am wondering how to pass on a unique logon and password to the already defined datasource.
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