You can define a managed data source, using the Eclipse extension points and the Lotus® Expeditor Toolkit.
Follow these steps to define a managed data source:
- Using the Lotus Expeditor Toolkit, define a managed data source by specifying the com.ibm.rcp.database.core.datasource extension point.
Define a valid JNDI binding to match the data source's JNDI name using the com.ibm.pvc.jndi.provider.java.binding extension point.
- To define a normal managed data source, use the datasource element.
- To define a managed virtual data source, use the virtualDatasource element. Virtual data sources are powerful as they let you reuse other data sources (similar to the default data source) but give you the ability to provide your own schemas and tasks.
After these steps are performed, the managed data source is defined.
Parent topic: Defining managed data sources: XPD621