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Session beans are registered to JNDI context automatically. Whether through look up or dependency injection, a client obtains the reference towards beans from the JNDI context. Bean registered under a name is basically registered to the JNDI context container and is referred commonly as “the global JNDI name”. Global JNDI names are applied to the session beans which expose the Local views.
Updated 01-15-2012 at 09:24 AM by JNDI