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Connect to MongoDB Using a JNDI Datasource

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In this guide, you can learn how to connect the MongoDB Java driver to your MongoDB instance using a Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) Datasource.

MongoClientFactory includes a JNDI ObjectFactory implementation that returns MongoClient instances based on a connection URI. Consult the following guides to learn how to configure your application to connect using a JNDI Datasource.


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For JNDI implementations other than those listed here, you can create your own Factory wrapper based on the driver's built-in MongoClientFactory implementation.

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