I have a service that creates a subContext in JNDI and binds a bunch of stuff that is used by all of the ear's deployed in my server.
I am currently getting an exception stating that JNDI is read-only. I assume there is a way to write to JNDI since deployments cause entries to get added and deleted in JNDI.
I would like to have a subContext java:jboss/xx or java:global/xx that has all JNDI permissions.
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