Why we are creating JNDI connection 2 levels in DB adapter(1.Data source Level 2.DB adapter Level)
and in JMS we are creating 3 levels (1 is at persistent storage level 2 Application Sub Deployment level 3 JMS Adapter Level)
Can any one explain briefly.
JNDI stands for Java Naming and Directory Interface, you can see it as a repository of names, the names are organized hierarchically and each name can be associated to a resource... You use JNDI to locate those resources... The use of 2 or 3 "levels" to used for an adapter is not relevant, it just means you have more or less named resources involved...