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From Emmanuel Hugonnet <ehsavoi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: JR configuration oracle
Date Mon, 11 Aug 2008 06:12:41 GMT
Michael Harris a écrit :
> if one is deploying JR in  a container of some sort, and they want to back
> the repo with oracle, do they have to use jndi to bind the datasource?
> Has anyone configured oracle back JR with spring-modules?  if so what is the
> repository.xml?
> We want to be able to use oracle backed repo in a junit test environment
> where by default jndi is not there.  has anyone done this?
You can rgister a spring datasource in a file system JNDI context in 
your JUnit  tests so that your unit tests would be using the same 
repository configuration.
This is in French but it should be readable :
You can get FileSystem JNDI jar from Sun's JNDI site.

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