The files I'm putting in here are from a proof-of-concept that
management never went with so it may not be the best way to do it, but
it worked here.
The following xml is the context.xml file for the web app. You'll notice
that there are two different resources. The one currently uncommented is
for off the as400 and the other is for when it's deployed on the as400.
In either case, the username and password should be real ones, I just
replaced them with asterisks for posting. You'll need to change the url
to match your environment as well.
This next one is the web.xml and it reference the dat
I remember using the tomcat reference to get this accomplished. We never
took it anywhere and we've done nothing web wise on the as400 since.
We're an MS shop for everything but our core banking software so it's
hard to get management buyoff on anything but MS Sharepoint and SQL
Hopefully this will get you started.
Whidbey Island Bank
[mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ashish Kulkarni
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2007 07:23
Subject: JNDI on tomcat and Web Logic application server for AS400 using
Has anyone setup JNDI for AS400 DB2 on tomcat and Web
Logic application using JT400.jar?
Can you give some points how you did setit up and used
it in your web application
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