Use the weblogic jndi configuration.
Is there any way to not use the weblogic.jar file? Our weblogic client program is in the JBoss Environment. We do not want to include weblogic files in the environment.
You can bind part of weblogic's jndi into jboss's jndi
but this will still require weblogic's jndi classes.
You will need weblogic's client classes anyway to
access the ejbs.
If you are propagating transactions you will also need
a DTM (jboss does not have one).