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wls 8.1 data source unavailable through JNDI lookup?

I create a wls 8.1 data source , and in my application , JNDI lookup could not find the source,
what is the reason?

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rama_krishna580 earned 200 total points
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Hi,

Did you check in the Weblogic Console, whether it is properly configured or not. if not just check the data source created or not else create it and look at the JNDI properties.

R.K
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how do i "check the data source created or not else create it and look at the JNDI properties."

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i reinstall the wls 8.0, and the console use : weblogic/weblogic as login name & password.

it is working now
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