JNDI files vs inline OPTIONS

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JNDI files vs inline OPTIONS

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Best practice is to place credentials (name/pass/URI) for external systems into a JNDI (Java Naming Directory Interface) properties file, which can be protected with Linux permissions.

This is much better than having these credentials visible in clear text in the SQL code (foreign server/stream declarations or UDX call).