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Problem with starting application with spring, iBatis, and Mule

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When I am starting application tha base on Spring framework and also are using Mule and  iBatis I got following error:

Name crm_inter is not bound in this Context (org.mule.api.lifecycle.InitializationException)
crm_inter is a owner name for the Oracle table. This name appearing in loadXMLData.xml,
queue.xml, and web.xml files
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The problem is probably with how you initialise the crm_inter. Can you post the relevant bit of code?
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It is appear that the problem was in JNDI name for data source. In the Tomcat context.xml in JNDI name for Data Source differ from JNDI name in the web.xml file.
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by:IlyaLibov
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It is appear that the problem was in JNDI name for data source. In the Tomcat context.xml JNDI name for Data Source differ from JNDI name in the web.xml file.
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This is actually what I suggested.
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Application now can be started
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