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JNDI Context Operations

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by , 07-07-2012 at 04:26 PM (871 Views)
When connection of client is made with JNDI services and JNDI context i.e. usingInitialContext() is obtained then any interface method could be applied. Basic javax.naming.Context interface operations included are bind() usage so that an entry could be added, rebind() so that an entry name could be replaced, lookup() so that to locate or to find an object, & unbind() so that an entry could be deleted. Given below is a figure which illustrates such kind of operations. Logically it is said that server is that kind of application which performs rebinding, binding and unbinding operations. Looking up of objects is performed by clients when names are provided.

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JNDI Context Operations

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