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by , 07-07-2012 at 05:21 PM (673 Views)
JNDI is considered to be the standardized service API, of J2EE platform. It gives a standard API to application components so that to refer to the resources as well as other components of other applications. A standard naming policy is defined by J2EE so that it could be used along with JNDI so that it could be made possible to write applications in “deployment” environment independent way. J2EE services could be referenced by just looking at them accordingly by considering logical names present in a directory. JNDI service is provided for each J2EE compliant system, known as as environment, which contains:

  • environmental variables
  • resource factory references
  • EJB references

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