Why we wanted a JNDI server for integration testing

Why is having a JNDI server for our integration testing environment so helpful?  Well, just for our minimal XA integration test example, there were (at one point) fourteen Spring beans:

If we had to use a non-JNDI strategy for integration testing outside the app server, seven of these beans would have to be swapped out for test-only doubles — but we want our configuration for integration testing to match as closely as possible our production configuration so that we’re testing the same thing we’re deploying!

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