Just set thos properties. They also can be set in a jndi.properties file in your classpath somewhere
No the java: namespace is only available if you do
which has no provider url.
Thanks a lot for your quick response!
First: It is absolutely necessary that ALL traffic is going through http because we are developing a large application that spans over a lot of companies, servers and a lot of firewalls. Dynamic ports are a knock-out-criteria.
Thus, I've the following question: If I use the HttpNamingContextFactory, is then the whole traffic going through http or are there still dynamic ports opened? If so, how can I avoid it?
Did I understand that correctly: I can only use the absolute java:-notation if I'm within my server. From the client, I always need to use the relative path. Which means in jboss-IDE's XDoclet, I've always to set @ejb.util generate = "physical"?!
Is there a way to avoid @ejb.util generate = "physical" and set this globally as default?
Best regards, thousand thanks for your help, a merry XMas and a happy new year!!!