Anyone? Can JNDIServer be used as a dropin replacement for rmiregistry? This doesn't seem to work, unless there is some configuration piece that I am missing.
Mike, since the JNDIServer class appears to be HornetQ specific, I'll move this to the HornetQ forum. Someone there might be able to help.
HornetQ doesn't actually use JNDI, it has zero dependencies on it.
JNDI is however provided as an extra service in the HornetQ standalone config - this is just a convenience as many users will also want to use JNDI.
The JNDI service shipped with HornetQ standalone is just the same JNDI service from JBoss AS, it's not code that was written by the HornetQ team.
The JNDIServer class is not HornetQ specific, it's part of the AS, not HornetQ
Full class name is org.jnp.server.Main.JNDIServer
It comes from the jndi jar from the JBoss distro