- What is DbDir?
- What is JNDI?
- What is JDBC?
- How do I install DbDir?
- What Operating systems does it run on?
- Does it always have to use Java Serialization?
DbDir is a JNDI Service Provider that implements a hierarchical namespace over a relational database
Java Naming and Directory Interface is a Java standard for naming, directory operations.
JDBC (stands for Java Database Connectivity) is a standard Java interface for interacting with relational databases.
Please follow the instructions in the readme.txt file that is part of the downloaded software or check this link
Since it is written in 100% Pure Java, it should run on all platforms which support JVMs and have JDK 1.4 or higher.
The default encoding for object parameters uses Java Serialization. But, this can be changed by providing an ObjectFactory and a StateFactory that will store and retrieve objects of that type
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