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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Some Prilim questions
Date Thu, 25 Sep 2008 22:35:05 GMT
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David,

David Smith wrote:
> I have no idea where you are going with this ... it makes no sense to
> the original question.

Aah... there's your problem. Martin's not good with these things.

On the other hand, /one/ part of his statement does make sense:

> Martin Gainty wrote:
>> the referenced jndi lookup in the webapp context is located in
>> India and the DB is in Ithaca NY the Indian JNDI lookup is
>> considerably slower than 'ordinary JDBC connection' from NY

This is true: if your LDAP server is geographically far from your app
server, then the lookup of your JNDI object could take a long time. What
Martin doesn't realize is that Tomcat always stores JNDI-based
DataSource objects locally, so this situation will never happen.
Martin's statement is a red herring: true, but irrelevant.

- -chris
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