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More about JNDI Server data instances

Suggest edit Updated on January 29, 2021

Before attempting to access the JNDI server defined by this instance, update the server CLASSPATH Environment variable to include the Java class for the JNDI Initial Context Factory. This change takes effect the next time your system starts. See the Pega Community article About the Process Commander class paths.

To support Connect EJB rule connections to using the EJB Local interface, choose the reserved name localEJB for the server. Leave the rest of the JNDI Server form blank.

Note: In a Java step, an activity can query a JNDI object. See the Pega Community article How to obtain the value of a JNDI entry.
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