thanks a lot for your quick answer. The syntax with ee
<database ee:Named="realty/jdbclow" xmlns:ee="urn:java:ee">
did not seems to work :
ee:Named="realty/jdbc" is an unexpected attribute in <database>.
but keeping jndi-name works
Thanks a lot
On 01/11/11 17:27, Scott Ferguson wrote:
> On 11/01/2011 09:19 AM, Riccardo Cohen wrote:
>> I'm migrating an application from resin v3.2.1 to v4.0.13.
>> In the old conf there were 2<database> tags pointing to 2 different db
>> servers, each with a different<jndi-name>
>> Now in v4, @Named is replaced with @Inject, but there is no attribute to
>> set the jndi-name :
>> before :
>> @Named("realty/jdbc") public DataSource m_datasource;// high priority
>> @Named("realty/jdbclow") public DataSource m_datasourcelow;// low
>> after :
>> @Inject public DataSource m_datasource;// high priority
>> @Inject public DataSource m_datasourcelow;// low priority
>> I've googled and searched the doc, and did not find any way to tell
>> resin to use the good jndi-name.
>> Is there any way to do so ?
> Well, there are a few things.
> First, you always need an @Inject. If you have a @Named, you need
> something like:
> @Inject @Named("reality/jdbc") public DataSource m_datasource;
> Second, @Named isn't the same as jndi; it's a CDI name not a JNDI name.
> I did just check, and Resin's<database jndi-name="..."> does
> automatically set a @Named as well as the JNDI, but that's specific to
> More generally, you could use a ee:Named="foo"
> <database ee:Named="foo" xmlns:ee="urn:java:ee">
> The Named attribute is the same as @Named (the urn:java:ee is a search
> path like a classpath, which includes javax.inject.*, which is the
> package of javax.inject.Named.)
> -- Scott
>> Thanks a lot.
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