Friday, March 7

What is the difference between a JNDI and a datasource?

JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface) is a naming service used to locate objects in datasources, JMS, MailSessions etc. 
Datasource is an object used to access the connections in the pool. 
JNDI physically connects to the database where as the datasource is a logical resource.

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