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JDBC DataSource out of JNDI

Question asked by jon@css on May 5, 2011
Latest reply on Jun 20, 2016 by jbarrez
I would like to know if Activit supports the retrieval of its JDBC DataSource out of JNDI (like JPA), so when running in a JEE Container it will used managed JDBC Connections?

JPA of course supports this, but as Activiti uses MyBatis under the hood, and Spring to configure the JDBC Connnection, it's all to confusing for me to determine wheter this is supported.

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