4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 25, 2002 8:35 AM by Marco Dubbeld

    Browsing jndi tree from Netbeans

    Andrea Aime Newbie

      I would like to know if there's a way
      to browse the jndi tree (showing both keys
      and values) from the jndi tool included in
      netbeans. The tools requires the followin
      parameters (dont' know if they're all necessary):
      a JNDI context factory, initial context, context root, authentication, principal, credintials, other needed
      properties (may set key/value pairs)

        • 1. Re: Browsing jndi tree from Netbeans
          Juha Lindfors Master

          check jndi.properties for the property values, and you will also need jnp-client.jar in your netbeans classpath (contains the org.jboss.naming.* classes referenced in the package properties)

          • 2. Re: Browsing jndi tree from Netbeans
            Manik Surtani Master

            What version of Netbeans did you use?

            I am having trouble (or rather, lack of knowledge) with connecting NetBeans 3.4 to jBoss 3.0.3.

            I have jnp-client.jar in the NetBeans classpath, and NetBeans picks up the provider (org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFactory) just fine.

            What do I use for an InitialContextFactory, and what are the default authentication details for jBoss (as I haven't changed any of the auth details in my installation)?

            Finally, what would I use as a context root (java:/ ?) and a context label?

            I have tried various entries for these fields, but I get an error stating: "Timeout value is too short to connect to service". Which I feel is irrelevant to whatever I typed in to the fields above. I have my JNDI timeout set to 10000 in the Netbeans options dialog.

            Sorry for the long and somewhat spidery posting - I know I should have broken this up into several postings.

            Help much appreciated...

            • 3. Re: Browsing jndi tree from Netbeans
              Juha Lindfors Master

              By default all access to JBoss naming service is allowed, as far as I can remember, so authentication is most likely ignored even if you set it (unless you have secured the naming service yourself).

              The root context is most likely "/" or just an empty string, "java:" will not be accessible from another JVM.

              No clue what the context label thing is.

              • 4. Re: Browsing jndi tree from Netbeans
                Marco Dubbeld Newbie

                Works for me with Netbeans 3.4. These are my settings.

                Make sure that the following client jars are in classpath(in my case, I mounted archives in filesystems explorer):

                Provider "NamingContextFactory" properties are:
                JNDI Context Factory: org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFactory

                JNDI Initial Context:
                localhost:21099 (In my case since I run multiple instances of JBoss, if you did not change 1099)

                Then I "connect using..."
                And give my context a label which is used to show up in the explorer as a node.