I am using websphere version 6 .0.1 am quite new to websphere. For JNDI lookups i give the full path example "ejb/test/someEJB" this works fine and i am able to run my small application. As soon as i append "java:env/comp" in front of the name websphere gives Namenot FoundException . It complains about java: not being set.
What is it that i need to do to make java: lookups.
2. How can i do lookups on environment variables defined in the web app. For example i want to store class name against a key as environment variable . I want to do a JNDI lookup and get the class instance.What server configuration is required to achieve it.
Thanks in advance to anyone who can enlighten me on this issue.
The java:comp/env context is reachable only from inside the web app. A servlet, a jsp or a single java class placed inside the web application can access this context.
A class outside the application
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