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jetty-env.xml file is an optional file that you can place=
in your webapp's
WEB-INF directory to configure JNDI resource=
s specifically for that webapp.
The syntax of the file is the same as for the jetty-web.xml file.=20
At startup, jetty will automatically look for a file of this name in the=
WEB-INF directory, and set up the webapp's naming en=
vironment so that naming references in the
e can be resolved from the information in the
code> file (along with any global naming resources defined in a
.xml startup file.
Here is an example:=20 =20
There is more information and examples in the section on JNDI.